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Overview         (For age - group : 11 - 16 )

Diffusion is caused by the random jittery motion of particles; diffusion occurs in various forms in our daily life, the animation explains the phenomenon and factors that affect it.

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Category : Diffusion
Type : Animation with sound
Animation Type : Advanced

Total animation length
: 1 hour 45 minute


The animation has following sections:

  • Why does an atomic particle move?
  • Motion of monatomic, diatomic and polyatomic molecules
  • Straight-line motion of particles
  • Randomness increases with numbers
  • What is Brownian motion?
  • Brownian motion depends on which factors
  • Energy of the system during Brownian motion
  • Difference between a gas and liquid's Brownian motion
  • Brownian motion summing up
  • What is diffusion?
  • Spreading of perfume
  • Understanding diffusion
  • More on diffusion
  • Diffusion in our daily life
  • Factors affecting diffusion/Measuring diffusivity
  • Quiz

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    Diffusion, brownian motion, effects of diffusion, factors affecting diffusion
    The diffusion animation covers a range of topics from Brownian motion to factors affecting diffusion, giving an in-depth coverage to each. A quiz at the end tests the knowledge on diffusion.

    Fsctors affecting diffusion

    Various factors that affect diffusion like pressure, temperature, concentration, molecular size, gravity and equilibrium. A detailed explanation of each is provided. Measurement of diffusion and diffusion constant is explicated.
    Details of the animation/ movie /software

    Diffusion occurs due to Brownian motion, a jittery random motion of particles. Brownian motion is affected by the temperature, molecular size and viscosity of the medium. There are many phenomenon that occur in daily life are related to diffusion like:

    • Spreading of perfume in the room
    • Escaping of air from balloon
    • Mixing of ink in water
    • Exchange of gases in alveoli
    • Osmosis

    Diffusion is affected by various factors, these are

    • Pressure
    • Temperature
    • Concentration
    • Molecular Size
    • Gravity

    Diffusion is measured using Fick's first law : J = -D dc/dx

    The animation has following sections:

  • Why does an atomic particle move?
  • Motion of monatomic, diatomic and polyatomic molecules
  • Straight-line motion of particles
  • Randomness increases with numbers
  • What is Brownian motion?
  • Brownian motion depends on which factors
  • Energy of the system during Brownian motion
  • Difference between a gas and liquid's Brownian motion
  • Brownian motion summing up
  • What is diffusion?
  • Spreading of perfume
  • Understanding diffusion
  • More on diffusion
  • Diffusion in our daily life
  • Factors affecting diffusion/Measuring diffusivity
  • What are gradients?
  • Types of gradients-Pressure, Temperature, Concentration
  • Diffusion as function of pressure and temperature
  • Molecular size and rate of diffusion
  • Diffusion and equilibrium
  • Diffusion and gravity
  • Measuring diffusion
  • Diffusion Constant- D (Diffusivity)
  • Quiz
  • The animation explains the process in a clear and lucid manner; it is very easy for the students to understand the process through the animation.

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