thermodiffusion


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thermodiffusion

[¦thər·mō·di′fyü·zhən]
(physical chemistry)
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Distributed load in an elastic solid with generalized thermodiffusion.
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The key to addressing the challenge of prediction is to quantify thermodiffusion, also referred to as the Soret effect.
Due to thermodiffusion, some components migrated to the hot side and others to the cold side.
Another chemical phenomenon that the microgravity environment of space can help investigate is the effect of vibrations on thermodiffusion.
He has been studying thermodiffusion in liquid mixtures for over fifteen years.
We had developed a strong theory for thermodiffusion in hydrocarbons, so we asked ourselves, does this theory apply to a water system?