What is a “semi-permeable membrane”?


What is a “semi-permeable membrane”?


A semipermeable membrane is a membrane that allows only the flow of solvent molecules but not solute molecules. Cellulose acetate and phospholipid bilayer in biological cells are the examples for semi-permeable membrane.

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