In this tutorial I discuss how we use dialysis tubing in experiments 6.2 and 6.3. For more information regarding the actual outcomes of these experiments, please refer to the reviews regarding these experiments.
Lab Protocol – Dialysis Tubing Experiments (Unit 7 Diffusion)
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25 thoughts on “Lab Protocol – Dialysis Tubing Experiments (Unit 7 Diffusion)”
Could you please share the lab manual
I'm doing a adi osmosis experiment with salt water and water I'm confused
Thanks so much for the help I got an online lab homework where I can't even do the real thing thanks a lot for doing it for me
Still helpful as ever 9 years later! Thank you for this 😀
very great explanation
is that an actual dialysis tubing or can i just use a plastic paper instead?
This is a helpful video
Semi-permeable, not selectively permeable. Pore sizes don't change.
what are the variables?
What does the incrrease and decrease in mass mean in term of osmosis ?
Can I reuse the membrane after this experiment?
Where can i buy dialysis tubing?
Has anyone done a lab report for this
Thank you so much! This video was very informative and easy to understand.
Why don't we fill the dialysis tubing by opening it while it is submerged in whatever we want to fill it with?
Although you posted this long ago, this helped me understand how to do my at home lab assignment. THANK YOUUUU!
You are welcome. Happy I could help!
that was helpful, thx
You are quite welcome. I'm happy that it helped.
thank you very much collin. Just another quick question. I found my polymer precipitating during dialysis due to the insolubility in water. Can I use DMF for dialysis solution instead which can dissolve my polymer? Thanks for your help
that is helpful. one question: why do we need to leave one small air bubble before sealing? thanks
really helpful, i have an assessed practical on this tomorrow, made me feel a lot more confident 😛