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Have you ever wondered how temperature affects diffusion, for a drop of ink in water how does the temperature difference make the ink diffuse faster? Look at the animated experiment to understand the concept better.

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Category : Diffusion of ink and temperature
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Diffusion of ink with temperature
Ink drop introduced in water at different temperatures, diffuses at different rates.
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At different temperatures, molecules in a solution behave differently; this can be seen in a diffusion example where ink is used to diffuse in water at different temperatures. The molecules of ink collide and undergo different rates of diffusion; this is shown through an animated experiment.

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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