Electroosmosis definition

ēlektrōäsmōsis, ēlektrōäzmōsis
Osmosis through a membrane that is caused by the action of an electric field, usually such a field generated by two electrodes, one on each side of the membrane.
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(physics) The migration of ions in a solvent through the capillaries of a membrane under the influence of an applied electric field.
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Alternative Forms

Alternative Form of electroosmosis - electro-osmosis

Origin of electroosmosis

  • electro- +‎ osmosis

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