Reverse Osmosis System

Have you wondered, why you are asked to gargle with salt water, when suffering from a strep throat? It is because of the osmosis process of brine with the affected tissue of your throat. So what happens in osmosis? The fluid flows from a more solvent concentrated region to a low solvent concentrated region, passing by a semipermeable membrane, and this process is termed as osmosis. Hence, salt water dehydrates the bacteria in your throat by this process. In reverse osmosis, precisely the opposite of osmosis happens. For instance, imagine there is a semipermeable membrane separating freshwater and concentrated aqueous solution on the other side. Ideally the freshwater will cross the membrane