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The diffusion coefficient data were modeled with the Arrhenius (Eyring) relationship, which is a well-known simple equation for fitting temperature-dependent properties.
4, increasing the diffusion coefficient caused considerable oxygen concentration to occur in the deeper depths and consequently it increased the rate of pyrite oxidation.
With the results of the experimental tests and the derived theoretical formulas taken into account, a numerical analysis of the individual realkalization process parameters and the value of the determinant diffusion coefficient of O[H.
To compare with experimental data of Fick diffusion coefficient, a thermodynamic correction factor is required for estimation of the compositional derivative of the activity coefficient, to achieve the transformation of the M-S binary diffusion coefficient by eq.
2006), the diffusion coefficient may be evaluated from the Knudsen empirical formula (Loeb, 1961):
Relationship between T2 relaxation and apparent diffusion coefficient in malignant and non-malignant prostate regions and the effect of peripheral zone fractional volume.
Correlation between apparent diffusion coefficient values and protein expression levels
The assumptions involved in the diffusion analysis are: uniform initial moisture content, internal moisture movement as the main resistance, negligible external resistance to heat and mass transfer, a constant effective diffusion coefficient (Cunningham, Mcminn, Magee, & Richardson, 2008).

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