# How do you know that vinegar diffuse into the cubes?

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## How do you know that vinegar diffuse into the cubes?

The difference in size results in difference of surface area which can be calculated by the volume of the cube. Larger the cube is, the more time vinegar will take to diffuse into the agar cube.

## How do you find diffused volume?

Calculating % diffusion in each cube:

- Calculate total volume of each cube (volume = L x W x H)
- Calculate volume that did not turn pink.
- Calculate volume diffused = total volume – volume not pink.
- Calculate % diffusion = Volume diffused /total volume x 100.

## What is actually diffusing into the agar blocks?

Diffusion occurs when molecules in an area of higher concentration move to an area of lower concentration. As hydrogen ions from the vinegar move into the agar cube, the color of the cube changes allowing you to see how far they have diffused.

## What determines the efficiency of diffusion throughout the model cells?

What determines the efficiency of diffusion throughout the model “cells”? The smaller the cells, the more efficient diffusion will be. Additionally, temperature, concentration, type of material, size of the cell, and polarity are all factors that affect how materials diffuse into cells or tissues.

## Which cell shape is best for diffusion?

The P values shown on table 2 indicate that the cube had a faster rate than the pineapple, the pineapple had a quicker time than the tree and the tree had a faster time than the oval. Thus, means that these shapes are more efficient at diffusion

## How does size affect diffusion?

When the cell increases in size, the volume increases faster than the surface area, because volume is cubed where surface area is squared. When there is more volume and less surface area, diffusion takes longer and is less effective. this is actually why cells divide

## Does size matter in diffusion?

Larger molecules will also diffuse faster when the concentration gradient is steeper. Increasing the surface area of the cell membrane and reducing the distance needed for diffusion to occur also helps increase the rate of diffusion.

## How does pore size affect diffusion?

How does pore size affect the diffusion of different molecules? Biological membranes are selectively permeable; some molecules can cross while others cannot. Change the pore size with the slider to change the permeability of the membrane to the different types of molecules.

## What increases diffusion rate?

The greater the difference in concentration, the quicker the rate of diffusion. The higher the temperature, the more kinetic energy the particles will have, so they will move and mix more quickly. The greater the surface area, the faster the rate of diffusion.

## How does the surface area affect diffusion?

When a cell’s surface area increases, the amount of substances diffusing into the cell increases. This is known as the surface area/volume ratio (SA/V ratio). A cell will eventually become so large there is not enough surface area to allow the diffusion of sufficient substances like oxygen and it will die.

## When diffusion stops we say it has reached?

The direction of diffusion is said to be ‘down’ or ‘with’ the concentration gradient. Diffusion stops when the concentration of the substance is equal in both areas. This does not mean that the molecules of substance are not moving any more, just that there is no overall movement in one direction.

## Does pH affect diffusion?

Diffusion coefficients were determined by means of numerical solutions of Fick’s laws with appropriate boundary conditions. It has been found that the pH of the medium strongly influences diffusion.

## What is the relationship between molecular weight and diffusion?

Graham’s law states that the rate of diffusion or of effusion of a gas is inversely proportional to the square root of its molecular weight.

## Why do you think there was or was not a correlation between molecular weight and rate of diffusion?

As the molecular weight increases, the rate of diffusion is slower. Temperature can influence the rate of diffusion. By increasing the temperature in the room, temperature adds energy to each particle. Another factor is concentration difference.

## What is the primary cause of diffusion?

The primary cause of diffusion is random motion of atoms and molecules in a substance.

## What is Graham Law of diffusion?

Graham Law. The rate of effusion of a gaseous substance is inversely proportional to the square root of its molar mass. Graham’s law is an empirical relationship that states that the ratio of the rates of diffusion or effusion of two gases is the square root of the inverse ratio of their molar masses

## Which gas diffuses the fastest?

hydrogen gas

## Which gas Effuses the fastest?

Correct answer: The rate of effusion of a gas is inversely proportional to the square root of the molecular weight of the gas. The lighter a gas is, the faster it will effuse; the heavier a gas is, the slower it will effuse.

## What are the 3 laws of gas?

The gas laws consist of three primary laws: Charles’ Law, Boyle’s Law and Avogadro’s Law (all of which will later combine into the General Gas Equation and Ideal Gas Law)

## What is K in Boyles Law?

Simply put, Boyle’s states that for a gas at constant temperature, pressure multiplied by volume is a constant value. The equation for this is PV = k, where k is a constant. The volume of a gas is inversely proportional to its pressure. Boyle’s law is a form of the Ideal Gas Law

## What is the difference between Charles Law and Boyle’s law?

In Charles law, temperature and volume of the gas are kept at constant pressure. In Boyle’s law, pressure and volume vary inversely whereas, in Charles law, pressure and volume vary directly. …

## What is a good example of Charles Law?

One easy example of Charles’ Law is a helium balloon. If you fill a helium balloon in a warm or hot room, and then take it into a cold room, it shrinks up and looks like it has lost some of the air inside. But if you take it back to a warm or hot place, it fills back up and seems to be full again.

## How does Boyle’s law affect everyday life?

You can observe a real-life application of Boyle’s Law when you fill your bike tires with air. When you pump air into a tire, the gas molecules inside the tire get compressed and packed closer together. This increases the pressure of the gas, and it starts to push against the walls of the tire

## Is Boyle’s Law valid at very high temperatures?

Boyle’s law states the inverse relationship between pressure and volume of a gas when the temperature is held constant. At an extremely high temperature the gases in question will turn to plasma. Boyle’s law works, however, as long as the temperature range allows the gas to remain a gas

## When a gas is allowed to expand what will be its effect on its temperature?

As a gas (like air) expands, the value of V increases and this has the effect of increasing T (The temperature). As the energy needed to increase it’s temperature must be supplied from somewhere, the gas takes the energy from the surrounding system giving the effect of cooling.

## What will happen if the pressure on a sample of gas is raised three times and its temperature is kept constant?

The combined gas law states that the pressure of a gas is inversely related to the volume and directly related to the temperature. If temperature is held constant, the equation is reduced to Boyle’s law. Therefore, if you decrease the pressure of a fixed amount of gas, its volume will increase.

## Why are gas law not obeyed at low temperature and high pressure?

Answer: At low temperatures and high pressure, the inter-molecular interactions of the gases become significant, as molecules are brought closer. Also, the volume of the gases takes a finite value as they are compressed under high pressure and low temperature. Therefore, the gas laws become invalid at low temp