What is diffusion, Biology

What is diffusion?

Diffusion is the spreading of substance molecules from a region where the substance is more concentrated to another region where it is less concentrated. For instance, during the boiling of water in a kitchen gaseous water particles tend to uniformly spread in the air by diffusion.

 

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