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Answered 2008-07-13 00:53:42

Some materials move by diffusion. Diffusion is the process in which molecules spread out, or move from areas where there are many molecules, to areas where there are fewer of them. == It depends on the particles. Brownian motion is what causes very small particles to move in a fluid. On a smaller scale, osmotic pressure, ionic gradient and some others.

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