Diffusion Questions and Answers (Q&A)

B. Wright

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Some people assume that effusion and diffusion are the same, but this is not true. Diffusion is known to be the movement of particles from one place to another place that comes with a higher temperature. An example of this is the smell of perfume. When you spray it, you do not immedi...Read More

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Glucose

Starch is too large to pass through the proteins on the membrane of a cell, and Oxygen and Ethanol pass through the phospholipid bi-layer via passive transport and cannot be stopped.

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