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n.1.(Chem.) Material which, in the process of catalysis, has diffused or passed through the separating membrane.
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In this way the lighter molecules become enriched in the diffusate because of their higher average gas velocity.
Keller, "The electrical conductivity of Norway spruce needle diffusate as affected by air pollutants," Tree Physiology, vol.
The lower release is possibly because HmPVA and HmPVA--EPC in the water of cubic phase will collide with the diffusate (FITC--dextran) and it can hinder the diffusion through the water channels.
Calculation of the ion equilibria in milk diffusate and comparison with experiment.