diffusion coefficient

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diffusion coefficient

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diffusion constant

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(General Physics) the rate at which a diffusing substance is transported between opposite faces of a unit cube of a system when there is unit concentration difference between them. Symbol: D Also called: diffusivity
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In this study, Fick's law of diffusion is applied to coating surfaces exposed to surface water concentrations at cyclical intervals for a set of two-stage accelerated weathering protocols.
2] transport in three compartments of flat-sheet membrane module is obtained using Fick's law of diffusion for estimation of diffusive flux as:
To diminish the level of intricacy of detailed model, a new simplified model is developed here by replacing plasma/nuclear membranes by construing membrane flux employing Fick's law of diffusion.
Using Fick's law of diffusion to model battery dynamics involves imposing an ion conservation law, analogous to Equation 3.
Figure 1 Fick's law of diffusion Fick's law of diffusion F=DA[DELTA]C/l
Fick's Law of Diffusion was utilized to model the equilibrium delay time and rate of change of measured loss for the microstrip structures (FIGURE 4).