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SO GOOD! THANK YOU! I UNDERSTAND IT NOW!!! my textbook literally had one paragraph on it and it was crazy
Thank you for this! I missed this lecture in my ecohydrology class, and you filled in the gap perfectly!
I found your videos so helpful while taking AP Biology! Thank you so much. I hope I can use your videos again while majoring in biology at UC Davis
im using this for a 200 level Biology class at a top 10 university and its made for high school students wow
Isn't 'i' called the vant hoff's factor. And also sucrose instead of being non electrolyte dissociates into glucose and fructose due to hydrolysis on water, hence i=2.
So basically, water likes a challenge.
But you didn't show us how to find pressure potential!!!
we out here in ap bio mrs bailey
Who here poured salt on a slug after this video >:D
How does water potential decrease with increase of temperature?
Was the last problem finding water potential or solute potential?
I have a quiz on this tomorrow…#lastditcheffort
Love how you break everything down and explain everything systematically. Thank you
where are the university students :p
in a open beaker dosent the atmosphere apply pressure
best video add ever lol
Thank you so much ! You are life saver =)
Hey isn't 'i' the Vant Hoff Factor? As far as I know ionisation constant is Ka (for acid) or Kb(for base) or Kw(for water)?
Thanq very much
Professor Anderson, why did you choose to utilize bars over MPa megapascals. Bars is not approved by the international system of units (SI). I would also assume since psi pressure is a physical force relatable to measurements conducted in physics studies and other STEM science studies. It is also labeled in my pearson textbook as such. I ask because the only place I have ever seen bar measurement is weather stations, and on pneumatic technology and compressors frequently.
So who else here regrets deciding to take AP Bio
i hate this guy he makes no sense omg
Can you spit bars?
This guy is so easy to understand! Thank you!
v helpful! thanks!
thanks, really helped
Thanks for ur teaching
awesome. ….😀😀😀👍👍👍 keep it up sir…
my teacher's curriculum is based around all of these videos
Question – if the ionization constant of sugar (no ions) is 1, NaCl (two ions) is 2, is the ionization constant of MgCl2 (three ions) 3?
voice break at 2.08
I used to pour salt on slugs as a kid. I feel bad now
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If I can like this video a trillion times, I would. This was extremely helpful. Thank you!!
Great thanks from Hong Kong cuz textbook just won't teach us!
Wow. Love your videos. They've always been super helpful ❤
lol PSI pronunciation
my name is Sai and every time I hear you refer to psi, i chuckled, thanks for explaining well, also our AP Bio teacher told Us to take notes on your videos so that is what Im doing right now
Thank you, fantastic video.
Could you please explain to me as to why the pressure potential is zero on an open beaker?
That really helped……thank you so much!
these comments are all me from different dimensions
I LOVE U!
How many people watching this the day before the AP exam?
This is something that confuses me sooo much I’ve had tutors try to explain it my teacher tried to explain it to me, only some of it has sticked.
His videos get me wet 😉
This vid about water makes me low key wet
u da best mr A
YOU'RE MY HERO
For all those slugs that didnt die when i stepped on them. = NaCL
Thank you so much for making this video and being so descriptive!
Why is he a better teacher than my actual Ap bio teacher
Really ur teaching is appreciable, it really helps to understand water potential. Actually I have doubt in question given in Ncert book, can help me?? Send ur reply I waiting…
AP bio bros where ya at?
thanks my teacher explained it too hard
this video is so DUCKING useful I can't DUCKING thank you brutha enough!
Very well explained.. thanks a lot sir.
Anyone else here because of Mr. Zembo’s AP bio test ?
do u know my teacher mrs. peterson she's pretty cool
so who else here think he was actually talking about aquaman at the beginning
Got an AP Bio test tomorrow, pray for me
This man is a lifesaver
Can someone help me with this problem: A closed, saclike membrane, completely filled by a solution with an osmotic potencial of -27 bars, is immersed in a solution with an osmotic potencial of -21 bars. Assume that the membrane is permeable to water only and that the osmotic potencials will not change with osmosis. What will be the water potencial of the internal solution at equilibrium? The osmotic potencial? The turgor pressure? Answer the same question for an external solution with an osmotic potencial of -16 bars and for one with an osmotic potencial of -20 bars. thanks
Question: what would you multiply -5 by in the example problem if the coontainer was closed? How would you find out the pressure
Do water potential have any relation with kinetic energy
hi its 1 am and I'm studying for my fall exam. send help 🙂
FUck AP BIO
heyyyyyyyyyyy, why is the pressure on an open beaker zero? Shouldn't it be one atmosphere?
'i' is van't hoff's factor and not ionization constant
Hi Sir! fan + student
thank you so much! this video was so helpful
who else is cramming the night before the examm???
Ap bio test is tmrw🤠
Paul, there is another convention for significant figures. The rule I use does not use only figures in the answer equal to those given. it uses the all the, “certain” digits and then the first uncertain digit, but no more. So, at 8:47, I would provide -4.9 bars as the answer. In engineering, this is common practice.
It's Joe Pera!
What is the formula to find out the psi of a tree?
Matt Damon really became a scientist after Martian
Youre amazing THANK YOU
welcome to the poop dimension nigga
I couldnt switch out of Ap bio, so i'm here :/
AP bio 2019 anyone?
Better than my actual teacher🗿
at 9:19 why is there zero pressure on an open beaker? do you just not account for atmospheric pressure when calculating water potential?
Anyone else have to watch this for HONORS bio? Not AP bio.
AP Bio is hard but worth it. Can't wait to study biotechnology after high school. I'm also taking biotech this year.
We learned this yesterday and have a quiz on it today. Brushing up on this topic. Thanks for the vid! Very helpful.
it’s 1:30am, i have a quiz tomorrow on a bunch of stuff i don’t even know and im 3 seconds from a breakdown.
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