diffusion - Melissa Malone 3340190 Effect of Temperature 1....

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Melissa Malone 3340190 Effect of Temperature 1. Hypothesis: Because molecules move faster in hot water than cold, I think the food coloring will spread faster in the hot water. 2. The water spread faster in the warmer water, as expected, the colder water took longer for the food coloring to spread 6. Hot Cold 30 sec. 40% 20% 60 sec. 70% 40% 90 sec. 100% 65% 120 sec. 100% 7. It took the hot water a minute and a half for the water to spread completely and it took two minutes for the cold water Diffusion occurred the fastest in the hot water because the molecules in warmer water move faster, where as there slower in the cold water.
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Diffusion in a Gelatin Cells are composed mostly of water but there are many membranous compartments and dissolved molecules that create a gel-like consistency. In this experiment, you will explore the rate of diffusion in a gelatin. 1. Obviously I think diffusion will occur much faster in the water than in the gelatin. The molecules in the gelatin are much closer
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