thermodiffusion


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thermodiffusion

[¦thər·mō·di′fyü·zhən]
(physical chemistry)
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Such system becomes unstable when heated from below and generates solute concentration gradient known as the Soret effect, which is characterized by the separation parameter N, proportional to the thermodiffusion coefficient.
Importance de la thermodiffusion en exploration et production petroliere, Entropie, n[degrees] 184/185 (1994), 86-93.
A coupled quasi- stationary problem of thermodiffusion for an elastic cylinder.
Reflection of P and SV waves from the free surface of an elastic solid with generalized thermodiffusion.
Thermodiffusion Flows in Solid with a Dominant Constituent, Mitteilungen aus dem Institut fur Mechanik, Nr 44, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum.
In the second case, the ash particles move toward the surface tube by Brownian motion, by turbulent diffusion, or as a result of thermodiffusion through the boundary layer.