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comment Diffusion of gas in a liquid with changing pressure and solubility (chemical potential)
But how could I get the three partial derivatives? Where would I find such tables? (I am not a chemist, so not familiar with standard reference works.)
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comment Why $\log \rho$ in the continuity equation?
Heh, yes, the first equation shows that the first equation (written in the alternative, material derivative form), satisfies the first equation. And yes, in an incompressible fluid, the velocity has div 0. But why would someone prefer to express the continuity equation in the log form?
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