diffuse through

diffuse (something) through (something)

To scatter or spread through a particular place or thing. Is there something I can use to the diffuse the sunlight through this area for the photo? A second air conditioner should help to diffuse cold air throughout the entire house.
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diffuse something through something (else)

to distribute or scatter something through something else. The chemical process diffused the purple color through the liquid. Let us try to diffuse the medication through the bloodstream as rapidly as possible.
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diffuse through something

to spread or scatter through something. The smell diffused through the office through the ventilating system. The dye diffused through the water rapidly.
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The discovery of this behavior in the laboratory represents an intriguing extension of the types of patterns observed when different, continuously supplied chemicals react and the reaction products diffuse through a gel or some other medium (SN: 5/9/92, p.
While conventional high molecular weight lubricants and greases would not diffuse through a tube, the Trynergy molecular lubricants diffuse through the tube wall and react with water vapor in the environment to form a lubricating film.
chromatographic media) exceeds the rate at which molecules diffuse through the liquid into the pore space of these particles.
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