On the calculation of the barodiffusion constants of binary gas mixtures (McCormack model)
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An expression for the barodiffusion constant is obtained on the basis of the McCormack model equations in the approximation of a continuous medium.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Model Equation Continuous Medium McCormack Model
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