mass-transfer rate

mass-transfer rate

[¦mas ′tranz·fər ‚rāt]
(physics)
The measurement of the movement of matter as a function of time.
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If the donor starts mass transfer too long after the TAMS, the mass-transfer rate will be high and the orbit will diverge.
But the low solubility, low mass-transfer rate and the safety issues surrounding hydrogen limit the efficiency and scalability of such processes.
14) with a low mass-transfer rate, although they could not rule out outbursts.
where [Alpha] is the first-order mass-transfer rate coefficient.
In addition, modelling DIL via the mobile--immobile convection--dispersion equation requires that the first-order mass-transfer rate coefficient, [Alpha], increases as the number of leaching cycles increases.
When he is not working on thermodynamic or mass-transfer rate calculations on the computer, he may be found in the family minivan driving his children to their West Edmonton elementary school.