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25) For a two component system all matrices become scalars and Eq. 26) where B is obtained from Eq. 27) Eq. 27 allows us to rewrite Eq. 28) which is just another way of writing Eq. 8. 4, is a simple device sometimes used for measuring diffusion coefficients in binary vapor mixtures. In the bottom of the tube is a pool of quiescent liquid. The vapor that evaporates from this pool diffuses to the top of the tube. A stream of gas across the top of the tube keeps the mole fraction of diffusing vapor there to essentially nothing.

9, which apply to the bulk phases, the following boundary condition must be satisfied at the interface /, provided there are no interface (surface) chemical reactions. 13) that is, the normal component of the flux of component / with respect to the interface must be continuous across the phase boundary. , u1 = 0), then Eq. 4). 14 merely states that the normal component of the flux Nt is a phase invariant. , in a tube wall catalytic reactor), Eqs. 15) The molar fluxes N; appear in engineering design models.

3) mx + m2 If this result is not immediately obvious, you should remember that if two molecules approach each other along the line joining their centers they will collide, exchange momentum, and retrace their paths. However, this is only one out of an infinite number of paths that the two molecules can have before and after collision. If we sit on the center of mass of the pair of molecules and move with velocity uc, then any one direction of approach and rebound is just as likely to occur as any other direction.

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