Liquid Diffusion

Students discover the rate of diffusion for food coloring in both the graduated cylinder and the beaker. This refers to how quickly or slowly the process of equilibrium happens with the water molecules.They identify the controlled variables and the independent variable which is the different shapes that diffusion will take place in. This is an example of passive transport which requires no energy. The students add their data to the wall and work on class mean.

 

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