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  • Jull
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    The average diffusion rate in a semi-solid like agar is around 50mm/h over the first 15 minutes. What can you say about the diffusion rate in a liquid based on your results? It is greater than the diffusion speed in a semi-solid. In general, what is the effect of the type of medium on diffusion rate?
  • Tygoramar
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    Apr 10,  · Diffusionis the tendency of molecules to spread out in order to occupy an available space. Gasses and molecules in a liquid have a tendency to diffuse from a more concentrated environment to a less concentrated environment. Passive transport is the diffusion of .
  • Kagara
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    Define diffusion. diffusion synonyms, diffusion pronunciation, diffusion translation, English dictionary definition of diffusion. diffusion In the process of diffusion of a single solute, a concentration of molecules on one side of a membrane will move through a membrane until there is.
  • Dahn
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    Jul 29,  · Diffusion is the movement of a fluid from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration. Diffusion is a result of the kinetic properties of particles of matter. The particles will mix until they are evenly distributed. Diffusion may also be thought of as the movement of particles down a concentration gradient.
  • Mokinos
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    Osmosis, the spontaneous passage or diffusion of water or other solvents through a semipermeable membrane (one that blocks the passage of dissolved substances—i.e., solutes). The process, important in biology, was first thoroughly studied in by a German plant physiologist, Wilhelm Pfeffer.
  • Sagar
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    Culture diffusion definition, the spreading out of culture, culture traits, or a cultural pattern from a central point. See more.
  • Kagakinos
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    Aug 07,  · Toroidal massive ferromagnetic cores are used in a wide range of electromagnetic applications, such as current sensors, inductances, static converters.
  • Vudorn
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    Diffusion is also the method by which substances pass in and out of cells through their membrane (= outside covering).
  • Nizil
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    Diffusion -the process by which molecules spread from areas of high concentration, to areas of low concentration. When the molecules are even throughout a space - it is called EQUILIBRIUM Concentration gradient- a difference between concentrations in a space.
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