Possible causes for the acceleration of diffusion during thermal cycling of heterogeneous systems
We analyze a possible mechanism for the acceleration of diffusion in heterogeneous systems during thermal cycling resulting from the redistribution of the excess concentration of the components.
KeywordsThermal Cycling Heterogeneous System Excess Concentration
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