Subject: Can you measure how fast an odour travells in air?
Date: Fri Jul 16 12:59:26 1999
Posted by Robert
Grade level: nonaligned
City: Perth State/Province: West Australia
Area of science: Physics
For example, when someone passes wind or you spray some air
deodorant in the air, is there a way of explaining how it moves
in the atmosphere. Does it change with temperature differences?
Thanks for your time
Re: Can you measure how fast an odour travells in air?
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