Charlie helps Don find a missing painting by creating a diffusion map. Using an example of a truck, Charlie explains how travel options and routes are limited depending on what a person is transporting.
Hank explains diffusion and demonstrates the diffusion process by placing dyed salt water (in a sausage casing) in a glass of water. The casing represents the membrane, and over several hours, the salt water diffuses into the pure water. Diffusion ends when the salt content is the same inside and outside of the casing.
Key Words: Active Transport, Passive Transport, Diffusion, Osmosis, Solutions, Hypertonic, Hypotonic, Isotonic, Aquaporins
In this clip, Charlie manages to extrapolate where the gas bomb must have been released based on smoke diffusion patterns and predictive differential equations. The method used by Charlie involves differential equations, diffusion equations, and fluid dynamics .