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Shrink and expand an egg with osmosis [Experiment]
posted November 15 2012 20:11.17 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Osmosis is the movement of molecules from an area of High concentration to an area of low concentration down a concentration gradient. In simple words, it is when molecules move from a place that they are plenty, to a place that there are little molecules.
Here is a very nice experiment that you can do literally in your kitchen. Watch the following video to learn how you can hydrate and dehydrate an egg without breaking its protective layer, just by using osmosis...

[Link: SciShow]

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