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Why did the columns rise? Describe the mechanism. 

Diffusion Time Vs. Column Height
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Time (in mins)
-30% Sucrose
-60% Sucrose
Column Height (in cm)
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Diffusion Time Vs. Column Height 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Time (in mins) -30% Sucrose -60% Sucrose Column Height (in cm)

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