Yes. Anything that you need to know by it's rate at which it does something or something happens to it, it is dependent on the time taken to do so.
The size of the zone of inhibition is dependent on the diffusion rate of the antibiotic, the degree of sensitivity of the microorganism, and the growth rate of the bacterium.
The rate of diffusion increases with temperature. The rate of diffusion also increases with the concentration gradient and the surface area.
It does not, the diffusion is independent of the flow rate.
On heating the rate of Diffusion increases..
Pressure increases the number of collisions thus increasing the rate of diffusion It speeds up the rate of diffusion
The increase in density will decrease the rate of diffusion. There is an inverse relation between density and rate of diffusion.
diffusion rate and molecular weight are inversely relating--the larger the weight, the slower the diffusion rate; and the smaller the weight, the faster the diffusion rate
Rate of diffusion is how slow or fast a substance diffuses.
higher temp = higher rate of diffusion
Rate of diffusion will increase.
Increase in temperature will increase the rate of diffusion.
An increase in temperature speeds up the rate of diffusion. Conversely, a decrease in temperature slows down the rate of diffusion.
The rate of diffusion in gelatin at room temperature is very slow. This is especially compared to the rate of diffusion in water at the same temperature.
I'm pretty sure it would slow down the rate of diffusion, because higher tempuratures increase the rate of diffusion.
Yes the rate of diffusion does change over time. As the solution reaches equilibrium the rate of diffusion began to decrease.
The concentration of Saline affects the rate of Diffusion through the prosses of Osmosis and Diffusion.
The rate of diffusion is higher at high temperature.
the rate of diffusion depends on the surface area, an increase in the temperature and pressure will result in the increased rate of diffusion. in addition, diffiusion depends on the size of the molecule. the larger the molecule, the slow the rate of diffusion and th smeller the size of the molecule the faster the rate of diffusion.
The rate of diffusion is proportionate to the concentration gradient. The higher the difference in concentration the greater the rate of diffusion will be.
rate of diffusion is inversely proposnal to density, density of gas is less. so diffusion rate is high
The rate is way higher in water, because of its fluidity.
Greater the concentration of a substance at a place, higher will be its rate of diffusion.
As molecular size increases, diffusion rate decreases.