Chemistry, asked by Rajneesh94, 10 days ago

what is the function of semipermeable membrane​


Answered by Mindteaser

These membranes are made up of phospholipids (a type of lipid or fat) and proteins. Cell membranes are semipermeable, which means molecules can move through them. This is pretty important for cells to survive. Osmosis is where solvent molecules (usually water) move from one side of a cell membrane to the other.

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Answered by aaru4644


it allows some particles to pass through it

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