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It spreads evenly throughout its containers/surroundings.

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When a gas diffuses, it merely spreads out through the volume available to it. It will accordingly become less intense.


It diffuses equally throughout the container so that the concentration of that gas is equal throughout it as long as the lid is on.


Oxygen diffuses into the blood alveoli.


Gas diffuses in space.


Oxygen diffuses into cells. Carbon dioxide diffuses out.


gas diffuses to fill its container


The rate of diffusion of a gas is inversely related to the molecular weight of that gas. The lighter the gas, the faster it diffuses. Hydrogen is the lightest of all gases having a molecular weight of only 2. Thus it diffuses faster than all others.


Gas exchange for photosynthesis - CO2 from the air diffuses into the leaf, and 02 diffuses out of the leaf into the air


CO diffuses faster than CO2 because it is a smaller molecule


In the alveoli of the lungs. This is where oxygen diffuses from the lungs into the bloodstream and carbon dioxide diffuses out of the bloodstream and into the lungs.



Xenon has a relative mass of 131.293. A gas which diffuses 1.86 times faster would have a mass of 37.950 approx. The nearest gas is Argon with a mass of 39.948.



It simply diffuses into the atmosphere.


Helium diffuses twice faster as Methane does.


Oxygen diffuses through the cathode


Oxygen diffuses across the alveolar wall and enters the bloodstream, while carbon dioxide diffuses from the blood across the alveolar wall to enter the alveoli.


Carbon dioxide diffuses from the capillaries surrounding the alveoli into the lungs where it is exhaled, and oxygen diffuses into the capillaries surrounding the alveoli into the bloodstream where it will circulate throughout the body.






Gaseous exchange takes place in the alveoli where carbon dioxide from the bloodstream diffuses into the air.



The function of the alveoli is to allow gas exchange with the blood and lungs. It takes in the carbon dioxide and then diffuses it.



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