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Diffusion Mass Transfer

Diffusion Mass Transfer

Diffusion Mass Transfer. Chapter 14 Sections 14.1 through 14.7. Lecture 18. Physical Origins and Rate Equations Mass Transfer in Nonstationary Media Conservation Equation and Diffusion through Stationary Media Diffusion and Concentrations at Interfaces

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