internal diffusion

internal diffusion

[in′tərn·əl di′fyü·zhən]
(chemical engineering)
The diffusion of liquid or gaseous reactants to the innermost pore depths of an adsorbent-base catalyst, necessary for full catalytic effect.
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The phenol internal diffusion to the particle surface.
Internal diffusion can be governed either by crystallinity or particle size.
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m1]) and it becomes analogous to the internal diffusion resistance (L/[D.
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In general, two factors control the rate of drying wood: 1) the rate of surface evaporation; and 2) the rate of internal diffusion.
In the case of relatively slow-drying species, such as the oaks, low AVs can promote efficient drying because internal diffusion is the rate-limiting factor.
The internal diffusion model can better describe their growth.
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