AB 6 I Osmosis and Diffusion Table 1. Change in Mass of Carrot Slices. 0 min 15 min 30 min Sucrose Concentration 45 min 60 min Mass Initial Change 0'14 Total Total Change lil4014 1-48 0.181.54 Total Change Total Change 1.1니 1.60 013 190.04 0-99 0% 1.0 1'160.16015-0.85 5% 1.3 0.24152 6-22 0190.98 018 1.16 10.06 1:22-0.08 190.39 0.89 1'2니 | 0'1니 |1.12 |0.0 2 10% 1.24 014 11310:01 20% 1.3 1'31 0.01 1.15 0.050.99-0.11 30% 1.200.1 40% 6.98 -0.120.98-0.12 0'86 0.06 0•69-0110j0 -o:0.7-0.13 60% L9.0 Each change in mass is the difference between the current total mass and the initial mass (can be +/-). ' C. Using the graph paper on the next page, construct a line graph of the data from Table 1. The y-axis should be Change in Mass, and the x-axis should be labeled Time in Min. For 0 time, all Change in Mass would be 0. Put a title on your graph. Plot the data for all seven carrot slices on one graph, and label the lines appropriately. d. In which carrot slices did osmosis occur? Explain! In which % sucrose solution did the carrot slice have the greatest change in mass? Explain why. e. f. Refer to your graph. How does the slope of a segment of a curve relate to the rate of osmosis? 8. Referring to the data collected, estimate the % sucrose content within carrots. (Hint: Isotonic!) h. How do these results fit with your original hypothesis before beginning the experiment? Osmosis and Diffusion LAB 6 o14 043 0.2 -0.2 -0:03 014 15 30 45 57 Time o1니 চ

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Can you assist me in answerig questions a, b, and c with the given data and graph provided, please?

AB 6 I Osmosis and Diffusion
Table 1. Change in Mass of Carrot Slices.
0 min
15 min
30 min
Sucrose
Concentration
45 min
60 min
Mass
Initial
Change
0'14
Total
Total
Change
lil4014
1-48 0.181.54
Total
Change
Total
Change
1.1니
1.60 013
190.04 0-99
0%
1.0
1'160.16015-0.85
5%
1.3
0.24152 6-22
0190.98 018
1.16 10.06
1:22-0.08
190.39 0.89
1'2니 | 0'1니 |1.12 |0.0 2
10%
1.24 014
11310:01
20%
1.3
1'31
0.01
1.15 0.050.99-0.11
30%
1.200.1
40%
6.98 -0.120.98-0.12
0'86 0.06 0•69-0110j0 -o:0.7-0.13
60%
L9.0
Each change in mass is the difference between the current total mass and the initial mass (can be +/-).
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C.
Using the graph paper on the next page, construct a line graph of the data from Table 1. The
y-axis should be Change in Mass, and the x-axis should be labeled Time in Min. For 0 time,
all Change in Mass would be 0. Put a title on your graph. Plot the data for all seven carrot
slices on one graph, and label the lines appropriately.
d. In which carrot slices did osmosis occur? Explain!
In which % sucrose solution did the carrot slice have the greatest change in mass? Explain
why.
e.
f. Refer to your graph. How does the slope of a segment of a curve relate to the rate of osmosis?
8. Referring to the data collected, estimate the % sucrose content within carrots. (Hint: Isotonic!)
h. How do these results fit with your original hypothesis before beginning the experiment?
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AB 6 I Osmosis and Diffusion Table 1. Change in Mass of Carrot Slices. 0 min 15 min 30 min Sucrose Concentration 45 min 60 min Mass Initial Change 0'14 Total Total Change lil4014 1-48 0.181.54 Total Change Total Change 1.1니 1.60 013 190.04 0-99 0% 1.0 1'160.16015-0.85 5% 1.3 0.24152 6-22 0190.98 018 1.16 10.06 1:22-0.08 190.39 0.89 1'2니 | 0'1니 |1.12 |0.0 2 10% 1.24 014 11310:01 20% 1.3 1'31 0.01 1.15 0.050.99-0.11 30% 1.200.1 40% 6.98 -0.120.98-0.12 0'86 0.06 0•69-0110j0 -o:0.7-0.13 60% L9.0 Each change in mass is the difference between the current total mass and the initial mass (can be +/-). ' C. Using the graph paper on the next page, construct a line graph of the data from Table 1. The y-axis should be Change in Mass, and the x-axis should be labeled Time in Min. For 0 time, all Change in Mass would be 0. Put a title on your graph. Plot the data for all seven carrot slices on one graph, and label the lines appropriately. d. In which carrot slices did osmosis occur? Explain! In which % sucrose solution did the carrot slice have the greatest change in mass? Explain why. e. f. Refer to your graph. How does the slope of a segment of a curve relate to the rate of osmosis? 8. Referring to the data collected, estimate the % sucrose content within carrots. (Hint: Isotonic!) h. How do these results fit with your original hypothesis before beginning the experiment?

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