Diffusion Lab Report

Diffusion Lab Report - Title: Diffusion Purpose: The...

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Title: Diffusion Purpose: The diffusion lab was designed to allow us, as students, to see how at different temperatures water molecules increase and decrease the rate in which they move. Procedure: i) Materials (1) Three large containers, such as pitchers (2) Three clear, smooth sided glasses (3) Food coloring (4) Water (5) Stop watch or other timing device. ii) Methods (1) Fill the three containers with water - let one container stand at room temperature for 30 minutes, add ice to the second container and let it stand at room temperature for 30 minutes, reserve the third container for boiling water. (2) Place one cup (or 237 ml) room temperature water in each of the glasses. (3) Add one drop of food coloring to the first glass of water noting the time. (4) Determine the amount of time it takes for the drop of food coloring to dissipate completely in the water. (5) Repeat on the second and third glasses of room temperature water, respectively.
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