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== Contents ==
 
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Diffusion in confined geometries - in contrast to transport - refers to the case where no driving force (chemical potential gradient, e.g. density/pressure/electric field) is applied, or where the transport due to the driving force can be neglected due to the vanishing gradients (which is typically the case in smallest pores).
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== Literature ==
 
== Literature ==
  
 
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Revision as of 10:12, 11 February 2021

Date
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Time
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Topic
Random walks in porous media: Diffusion at the pore and at the pore-network scale
Speaker
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Tutor
Alexander Schlaich

Contents

Diffusion in confined geometries - in contrast to transport - refers to the case where no driving force (chemical potential gradient, e.g. density/pressure/electric field) is applied, or where the transport due to the driving force can be neglected due to the vanishing gradients (which is typically the case in smallest pores).


Literature

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