Movement of Molecules from High to Low Concentration?

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The movement of molecules from an area of low concentration to an area of high concentration is known as osmosis. Diffusion is the opposite and entails movement of molecules from an area of high concentration to low concentration.
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The term you're looking for is diffusion; The
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Osmosis.
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Sorry read the question wrong before. Don't mind my old reply, I'll make sure I'll ready questions with a bit more attention now The correct answer would be - Passive transport, more
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Osmosis. Osmosis is a spontaneous process. It follows a concentration gradient and the net movement is from a more dilute solution to a higher solute concentration until equilibrium
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