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when molecules of a substance are evenly spread, they are at a atate of equilibrium.That would be the definition of the word Equilibrium.

Diffusion; to spread out evenly into water or airmolecules spread out from area of HIGH conc to area of LOW consuntil spread out evenlyEquilibrium : balance achieved between forces causing the stuff to spreadheat usually, hotter gives faster diffusionConcentration Gradient: gradual change in the amount of material dissolvedspread from higher to lower until evenly diffused

Diffusion is the movement of particles/molecules from a high concentrated area to a low concentrated area until they are evenly spread.

When gas molecules are spread out evenly throughout a space they are in equilibrium. This is because pressure is even, enthalpy is minimum and entropy is maximum.

A homogeneous solution is formed when diffusion has occurred and molecules are spread out evenly in all directions. It has uniform composition and properties throughout the solution.

Occurs when molecules of one substance is spread evenly through out another substance

i think is the isotonic .. Diffusion is the spread of molecules. Osmosis is the movement across water.

Evenly dispersed means something is spread out evenly over an area or among people. Money can be evenly dispersed as well as liquid or matter can be evenly dispersed over a surface.

When molecules engage in diffusion, they move from being in a condensed collection to more spread out. If they are completely evenly spread out, this is called equilibrium.

If it is not spread out evenly, it is called a heterogeneous mixture,

When leaves are spread evenly, there would be a larger surface area to absorb more sunlight for photosynthesis.

Diffusion is the process by which molecules spread from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration. They are said to be in equilibrium if the molecules are evenly distributed.

Diffusion and osmosis ( movement of molecules from higher concentration to lower concentration until evenly spread.)

When water is in its gaseous form, the molecules are spread far apart and moving very quickly. In the liquid form, molecules are spread evenly and move at an average speed. In its solid form, the molecules are very close together and move very slowly.

In a homogeneous mixture particles are spread evenly.

They do so in all (3) 'states of matter' (gas, liquid, solid) but their freedom in movement is very different, as is the mean distance between molecules or atoms (if you compare for instance liquid or solid with gas). However, all particles are evenly spread when 'in one particular state of matter'.

Diffusion is the movement of molecules kineticly from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration until they are evenly distributed. Osmosis is the movement of molecules thru a membrane.

The process is called Diffusion. This is why when you spray air freshener in a room it will eventually fill it.

The solvent is the majority of the solution. It dissolves the solute. The solute is the lesser amount in the solution. It is spread evenly within the solution so you can't see it. An example is salt water. The solvent would be water, and the solute would be salt. You don't see the salt because it's molecules are spread evenly within the water molecules.


Yes, homogeneous mixture particles are spread evenly throughout the mixture, like lemonade.

Cohesion is the reason why water bubbles on a penny. The water molecules are strong attracted to each other that they don't evenly spread out.

Dye particles spread out evenly through a container of water due to diffusion.

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