Experimental study of mass exchange in axisymmetric cavities
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Results are presented from a study of mass exchange in axisymmetric cavities of different configuration. Measurements were made by the electrodiffusion method. The test results are generalized using an empirical relation.
KeywordsExperimental Study Statistical Physic Mass Exchange Empirical Relation Axisymmetric Cavity
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