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    Would someone please tell me if I got the correct figures here? In regards to what would happen to red blood cells if they were put in the various solutions, with the osmolarity range being 285-295 mOsmol/L, would it be

    NaCl: Hypertonic solution, water would move out of the cell, crenation
    KCl: Hypotonic solution, water would move into the cell, haemolysis
    CaCl2: Hypertonic solution, water would move out of the cell, crenation
    Glucose: Hypotonic solution, water would move into the cell, haemolysis
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