Garden Dictionary Word: Brownian movement (alt. Brownian motion)
Brownian movement (alt. Brownian motion)
A condition discovered by Scottish botanist, Dr. Robert Brown (1773-1858), in which rapid vibratory movement of microscopic particles holds the particles and others suspended in a fluid. See also: colloid.
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