Explain an example where you have observed random molecule motion.
Today our lesson was on Diffusion of particles. Diffusion is when particles move from a high concentration to a low concentration without the use of energy. Particles will do this until an equilibrium has been met. An example of this is dropping a sugar cube into a glass of water. Initially the sugar cube is still together where it is at a high sugar concentration. However the individual particles of sugar begin to break away from the cube towards a low sugar concentration. This occurs until the sugar has equally mixed in the water.
Packet paper #13 was filled out during our lesson. (attached below)
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