diffusion potential

diffusion potential

[də′fyü·zhən pə‚ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
A potential difference across the boundary between electrolytic solutions with different compositions. Also known as liquid junction potential.
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Study of the energy band-gap and diffusion potential of P-N Junctions, PN-01 (Complete in
Using a novel pegylation approach, Sangart produces the MP4 molecule designed at the optimal oxygen affinity, diffusion potential and molecular size to perfuse capillaries and target oxygen delivery to tissues specifically at risk of ischemia.
The convection diffusion potential is formed in response to movement of ions via diffusion and convection.
d] is the diffusion potential (in V) on the protoplasmic side of the membrane, assuming the potential of the exoplasmic side is O V
Using a novel pegylation approach, Sangart produces the MP4 molecule at the optimal oxygen affinity, diffusion potential and molecular size to perfuse capillaries and target oxygen delivery to tissues specifically at risk of ischemia.
Hemospan(R) was specifically designed to the optimal molecular size, viscosity, oxygen affinity and diffusion potential to target oxygen delivery to tissues at risk of oxygen deprivation based on experiments with artificial capillaries and in several different animal models.
If the electric potential of the measured solution is the same or very similar to the electric potential of reference solution, then the diffusion potentials of solutions are very similar and in the temperature of 25[degrees]C, following equation is applicable:

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