Hypotonic, Isotonic & Hypertonic Solution – Solution and Colligative Properties – Chemistry Class 12

Do subscribe to Ekeeda Channel and press Bell icon to get updates about latest engineering HSC and IIT JEE main and advanced videos so there are three types of solution based on osmotic pressure the first one is isotonic solution the second is hypertonic solution and the next is hypotonic solution and now we are going to study each of it one by one with few examples the first one is isotonic solutions so mixed solutions are known to be isotonic as on your screen two or more solutions having same osmotic pressure are said to be isotonic to each other ISO means same so therefore I certainly means two solutions having same osmotic pressure so the example given to us is 0.05 molar urea is isotonic with 0.05 molar glucose and as you can see the integer 0.05 is same in both the cases and the chemical substance are used different that is urea and glucose these are two substance data use that are different but the main concern is concentration and the number of particles the urea the number of particles of urea is 0.05 molar while the concentration of glucose is also 0.05 molar which makes the two solutions having same concentration and hence they have same osmotic pressure moving towards the next hypertonic solution as the names of this hyper means the one which has high value high value than the other one so let us see the definition of it might give me an example so hypertonic solution means a solution which has higher osmotic pressure than the other solution I will give an example when Woola of any solution is hybrid only to 0.05 molar of urea solution in this the both the chemicals are different again but the concentration are also different what is one Puna while the other is 0.05 molar this means that any which has higher concentration than that of urea so that means osmotic pressure of NaOH one molar NaOH will be created than that of osmotic pressure of 0.04 more zero point that that of 0.05 molar and urea solution move towards the next and the last one is hypertonic solution hypoid cells suggest it has in lower value compared to the other so let us see the definition hyper-v solution means a solution having lower osmotic pressure than the other solution in this case I have given an example 0.05 molar urea is hypotonic to one molar sucrose solution so again if the concentration is less then the osmotic pressure is also less and concentration is smooth then the osmotic pressure that we have to apply will also be more and so that for the solution where we have to apply less osmotic pressure on which has less osmotic pressure is hypertonic to the 1/2 the one in which we have to apply more osmotic pressure so that’s what this has the three differences among actually hypertonic and hypertonic so I hope you understood what are the three types of solution based on osmotic pressure thank you guys for watching this video I hope you have liked this video and please don’t forget to subscribe here dot cock and let your friends share this video to thank you so much

Bernard Jenkins


  1. in tonicity we compare two solutions by a membrane

    examples were wrong

  2. sir plz tell me that..
    the intering of water in rexine is hyper or hypotonic solution ………

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  4. R u seriously gone made…..r u don't no that hypotonic solution is having higher water concentration and hypertonic is having lower concentration……😡

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