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Caticle smells a tuna cassorole upstairs. The tuna casserole smells like a tuna casserole because the particles of the casserole are only from the casserole. It smells like a casserole because the particles won’t smell like a cup of coffee because it’s not coffee.
Caticle goes upstairs to see the cassorole. The tuna casseroles molecules spread around the room to finally reach caticle. If it’s cold in the room the molecules will reach cuticle slower because they will come together.
Caticle was get a better smell each time he steped. If it’s hot in the room the molecules will reach caticle faster because the particles will spread out. The molecules will mix with the air and move with the air.
Caticle stood on the table then took one big smell. The molecules in the tuna casserole and air has mass and volume. The gas in the room and the particles of the tuna casserole mix to go into caticle nose.
He loved the smell so he went up to the cassorole. Since it was hot in the oven and the tuna casserole was in it it was bubbling and the molecules were going inside caticles nose.
He couldn't resist the smell so he went to go eat it. He loved it. There was another tuna casserole in the oven that had onions so it smelled different from the other tuna casserole. He ate the other one but spit out the onions and pepers because he doesn't like them.
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