Concentration gradient is the difference of concentration of a substance between two regions.
Concentration is a term used to designate the quantity of a solute divided by the total quantity of the solution. Since water in general is the solvent in this situation it is not correct to refer to “concentration of water” in a given solution.
Dec 23rd, 2014
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