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    the relationship between the concentration of food coloring and the diffusion distance of agar jelly
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    Try playing agar.io
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    The higher the conc, the bigger the diffusion
    want me to attempt to explain why?
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    (Original post by Lissy14)
    The higher the conc, the bigger the diffusion
    want me to attempt to explain why?
    yes pls
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    yes pls
    Right so if it's a higher concentration there are basically more of them squeezed into a small space.

    Imagine loads of people squeezed into one room...
    When you put the people in a bigger room they spread out so they aren't so squashed, but they are still a close enough distance that they can comfortably have conversations with each other.
    The more people there are, the more room will be needed for them not to be squashed but to still make conversation.

    So basically, the higher the concentration, the more room it needs to spread out, the bigger the diffusion on the agar gel

    Does that make any sense?
 
 
 
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