Brownian Motion

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  1. Arashizshura
    Brownian motion, also called Brownian movement, any of various physical phenomena in which some quantity is constantly undergoing small, random fluctuations. It was named for the Scottish botanist Robert Brown, the first to study such fluctuations ().
  2. Gardasar
    Definition of Brownian motion: a random movement of microscopic particles suspended in liquids or gases resulting from the impact of molecules of the surrounding medium — called also Brownian movement First Known Use of Brownian motion.
  3. Yozshuzshura
    Jul 06,  · Brownian motion is the random movement of particles in a fluid due to their collisions with other atoms or molecules. Brownian motion is also known as pedesis, which comes from the Greek word for "leaping.".
  4. Goltilabar
    Brownian motion is the random, uncontrolled movement of particles in a fluid as they constantly collide with other molecules (Mitchell and Kogure, ). Brownian motion is in part responsible for facilitating movement in bacteria that do not encode or express motility appendages, such as Streptococcus and Klebsiella species.
  5. Mill
    Brownian motion Real gas molecules can move in all directions, not just to neighbors on a chessboard. We would therefore like to be able to describe a motion similar to the random walk above, but where the molecule can move in all directions.
  6. Tashicage
    Particles in both liquids and gases (collectively called fluids) move randomly. This is called Brownian motion. They do this because they are bombarded by the other moving particles in the fluid.
  7. Tarisar
    Brownian motion is the macroscopic picture emerging from a particle moving randomly ind-dimensional Size: 2MB.
  8. Dorr
    Brownian motion of a molecule can be described as a random walk where collisions with other molecules cause random direction changes. To unlock this lesson you must be a Member.

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