It is, I am convinced, a kind of physical fact like endosmosis, with which some of you are acquainted.
Endosmomet′ric; Endosmot′ic, pertaining to or of the nature of endosmosis.
Poisseuille some time ago asserted that a solution of Morphia prevented the process of endosmosis through a dead animal membrane.
This passage is performed by a process to which the names of Absorption and endosmosis have been applied.
The reason for this is found in the fact that endosmosis is most pronounced where the blood pressure is greatest.
What effect on the process of endosmosis can be exerted by Castor or Croton oils, or by calcined Magnesia?
If this were otherwise, the valency rule would hardly operate so well in endosmosis, kataphoresis, and precipitation.
endosmosis en·dos·mo·sis (ěn'dŏz-mō'sĭs, -dŏs-)
The passage of a fluid inward through a permeable membrane, as of a cell, toward a fluid of higher concentration.