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Diffusion Quizzes & Trivia

Diffuse the word. I mean... spread the word. Science geniuses needed to take on our diffusion quiz! Unlike me, do you enjoy chemistry or physics? Let me give your brain a stir. Are you aware that substances like atoms and molecules move from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration? Yes! That’s what diffusion is all about.

Do you know diffusion is also studied in other fields like biology and sociology? It is even studied in finance and economics too!For now, let’s stick to the sciences and see if your knowledge is concentrated or diffused. Put on your lab coat and fire up the Bunsen burner. We’re going to do some mind-blowing experiments. Let’s see how you do with the quiz on diffusion.
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An essential practice test quiz for all the 9th graders out there. You will be tested upon your knowledge of such a topic so it could help you analyze yourself for the amount of hard work you need to put on your studies.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 9503   |  Last updated: Aug 18, 2020
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    What is diffusion?

How are molecules distributed in the environment? As explained in this animation, the random movement of molecules in a gas or a liquid will cause the molecules to become evenly distributed in the environment. If we look at the...

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 9327   |  Last updated: Mar 11, 2017
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    Simple diffusion is defined as the movement of

Diffusion quiz.

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    Molecules naturally move from areas of _________ concentration to areas of _________ concentration.

These questions deal with diffusion.  Answer them.  If you fail the first time, READ THE EXPLANATION.  It will help you the second time around.   REMEMBER:  PERIOD# followed by FIRST & LAST...

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 786   |  Last updated: Oct 23, 2012
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    Which solution will have no net change in its contents?  (INSIDE/OUTSIDE)

These questions deal with the diffusion lab we conducted.  You get one chance for the quiz.  If you are taking it during class, there is absolutely no talking during the quiz. REMEMBER:  PERIOD# followed by FIRST...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 380   |  Last updated: Feb 28, 2013
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    Base your answers to this question on the laboratory setup illustrated below and on your knowledge of biology. After two hours, the color of the liquid in the beaker did not change. This shows that
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Diffusion Questions & Answers


Which of these molecules can not pass through a membrane to enter a cell?
1. StarchAs we observed in the Diffusion Through a Membrane lab, starch cannot pass through a semi-permeable membrane. We know this because the solution surrounding the cell we constructed remained amber, instead of turning purple. Starch is too larg
When is equilibrium reached after sugar is mixed with water?
The equilibrium is reached is number 3. The dissolved sugar molecules are evenly distributed throughout the solution. Some may think that the salt solution and sugar solution is the same but there are some differences between the two. For example, i
What is simple diffusion defined as?
Both of this guys the wrong idea the real answer is 3 because it goes across the membrane and that is why the dye molecule is know going through the bottle. I'm sorry that this people didnt know the answer
What would a solution with 1.5% saline in it be considered as?
(c) Hypertonic A saline solution with 1.5% saline would be considered hypertonic when going in the body. The blood in our bodies has a saline concentration of 0.9% on average. A hypertonic solution, for those who don’t know, is a solution that
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