What happens to brownian motion when you increase the temperature of the water?

rowen
Asked Jan 04, 2010
Edited Jan 04, 2010
Well seeing as it's a physical phenomenon, there's no real way of knowing for sure every time, but I can only imagine that by increasing the temperature of the water, the particle movement will accelerate.
Oni_Kami
Answered Jan 04, 2010

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