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Osmotic pressure refers to the force with which a concentrated solution draws water to itself.
An osmometer is an instrument used to measure the osmotic pressure.

Example: When a concentrated solution is separated from distilled water by a semi permeable membrane, the concentrated solution will develop a force with which it draws water through the semi permeable membrane from the distilled water.

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