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In this video, I would like to show some examples of diffusion.
Diffusion is when objects move from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration.
Check out this example, of diffusion.
You can another simple example of diffusion when you watch the food coloring diffuse into the water.
If you take an egg and soak it in vinegar and then place it in water, the water will diffuse into the egg causing it to get larger.
If you place sugar into coffee it will diffuse out into the coffee.
Watering plants diffuses the water into the plants
When you go into Starbucks and smell the coffee smell the smell of the coffee has diffused through out the coffee shop.
You can soak a gummy bear in water and the water will diffuse into the gummy bear. and it will get larger.
Those are several examples of diffusion.
When objects move from high concentration to low concentration.
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