Which of the following are the examples of diffusion of gases? Smell of food. Fragrance...
Which of the following are the examples of diffusion of gases? Smell of food. Fragrance of an incense stick. Spreading of ink in water. Smell of perfume.
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Beginner2023-03-14Added 7 answers
Diffusion is the process of a material dispersing and combining with another substance as a result of the movement of its particles. Gaseous diffusion enables the rapid spread of smells from many different sources. Food, perfume, and incense stick aroma all disseminate in the air. Answer is Smell of perfume.
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