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Diffusion

The two animations below explain diffusion, which is an effect of random motion of single molecules.

Brownian motion

A single molecule moves randomly in a medium by brownian motion. The motion is caused by collisions with other molecules.

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Diffusion

When many molecules move randomly the net effect is that they will spread from regions of high concentration to regions of low concentration.

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