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Diffusion and osmosis are thermodynamically desirable and also will proceed up until balance is reached. Osmosis can be slowed, quit, or even turned around if enough stress is put on the membrane layer from the ‘focused’ side of the membrane layer. Reverse osmosis happens when the water is crossed the membrane layer versus the concentration slope, from reduced focus to higher focus. To show, visualize a semipermeable membrane with fresh water on one side as well as a concentrated aqueous solution beyond. If regular osmosis occurs, the fresh water will certainly go across the membrane layer to weaken the focused remedy. Backwards osmosis, stress is exerted on the side with the focused service to force the water particles throughout the membrane to the fresh water side. Cation Brush. Manual/Automatic Plants. Pharmaceutical Industry. Nuclear power plant. Oil & Gas industry. Chemical Industries.