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MCAT Biology Question — Red Blood Cell

A red blood cell (RBC) placed in distilled water will burst because:   a) osmotic pressure pulls water through the membrane to the interior of the cell. b) the electrochemical gradient favors the inside of the RBC. c) non-polar molecules cross the cell membrane into the water down their concentration gradient. d) solute molecules rapidly