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diffusion

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In the present work, the model of effective diffusivity includes the Darcy law of liquid moisture, moisture diffusion in the vapor phase, and diffusion of bound moisture.
Effective diffusivity or diffusion coefficient (DEF) was determined using the Fick's diffusion model for a flat plate with n = 4, according to Eq.
Keywords: density, specific heat capacity, thermal diffusivity, wood particle
At higher temperature physically exist a higher molecular diffusivity, which Malathion passed through the chromatographic column faster.
As implied above, the combination of the two functions: differential water capacity, C(h), and hydraulic conductivity, K(h), to formulate the diffusivity function, D(h) [equivalent to] K(h)IC(h), is an attractive choice in a weighting function to accommodate the effects of limiting soil hydraulic properties on plant-available water as the soil dries beyond the inflection point ([h.
The weight of the swelled rubber is measured within 5 hours to determine the effect of PTFE on diffusivity.
Yaws presents students, academics, and professionals working in the field with the second edition of his comprehensive handbook on the viscosity, thermal conductivity, and diffusivity for over 10,000 hydrocarbons and chemicals in gas, liquid, or solid states.
Doong and Ho [7], measured the diffusivity of aromatics in semicrystalline polyethylene by means of a gravimetric sorption technique.