Posted by **Jennifer** on Sunday, September 14, 2008 at 9:00pm.

I had three pieces of potato. I put one in a 5% solution, second one in a 1%

solution, and the third one in a .1%. The 5% solution turned the potato black. The 1% solution had no effect. The .1% turned the potato blue.

How does the concentration of a solution influence the amount of diffusion?

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