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Chemiosmotic Theory Evidence

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    (r) evaluate the experimental evidence for the theory of chemiosmosis (HSW1);

    My teacher decided to skip this part of the syllabus! Using the revision guide the experiments seem to be describe rather than evaluated. Just wondering what everyone was taught for this part.
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    In what context are we talking? ATP synthesis?
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    ive had same problem....just explains how they have experimented to identify chemiosmosis. using the ocr textbook aswell
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    Yup, bascially you have to like ballons, and and the concentration difference between the two ballons enables a pressure through the liquid which drives the nutrients.

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