Write Ten Examples of Diffusion in Everyday Life

By Esha Dhawan|Updated : August 10th, 2022

The movement of molecules from a higher concentration to a lower concentration is referred to as Diffusion. It can also be described as the tendency of molecules to spread out to occupy any available space. Now, let’s take a look at some examples of diffusion from our everyday life.


Ten examples of Diffusion in everyday life:

  • Gas exchange in the lungs
  • The scent of perfumes or Incense Sticks
  • Opening a Soda bottle and the Carbon dioxide diffuses in the air
  • Diffusion of tea leaves in water when tea bags are dipped in hot water
  • Smoke or dust particles diffuse into the air and result in air pollution
  • Oxygen diffuses in our bloodstream when we inhale
  • Transporting of Biomolecules and Minerals in Plants and Animals
  • Sugar dissolves evenly and sweetens the water 
  • Removal of toxins from our Body
  • Diffusion of waste products in the kidneys


Write Ten Examples of Diffusion in Everyday Life

Diffusion is the movement of molecules from the regions that have a higher concentration to regions with a lower concentration. Go through some common examples of diffusion from our everyday life in the section above.


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