Compare the thermal motion of molecules, the motion of Brownian particles, and diffusion. What do they have in common and how do they differ?
The higher the temperature, the higher the speed of movement of molecules, the movement of Brownian particles and diffusion. Molecules are composed of atoms, and Brownian particles are particles suspended in a liquid or gas, their sizes are larger than the sizes of molecules.
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