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What is the physical meaning of diffusion coefficient?
In Fick's first law, the diffusion coefficient is velocity, but I do not understand the two-dimensional concept of this velocity. Imagine that solutes are diffusing from one side of a tube to another ...
Jul 23 '12 at 1:16
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