Red Blood Cells in Hypertonic Solution?

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Red blood cells in hypertonic solutions are the cells that lose water to the outside by osmosis. The solution that is hypertonic to red blood cells is a mixture with more salts than the fluid inside the cells.
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A solution with more salt/solutes than the fluid inside the red blood cells.
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