This animation shows the diffusion of Helium (He) into air (a mix of O2 and N2) held at two different pressures. The top panel is held at a lower pressure than the bottom.
Molecules in the lower pressure system will diffuse faster than those in the higher pressure system because the mean free path – the distance a molecule can travel before colliding with another molecule or barrier – is greater under lower pressure. The effect of pressure on diffusion in a gas is similar to that seen when comparing two different states of matter.
This animation assumes that all other variables are the same between the two systems.