Coefficient of internal mass transfer in electrical-grade cellulosics under vacuum and under atmospheric pressure
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The hygrodiffusivity of electrical-grade cellulosics has been calculated from test data on sorption kinetics under vacuum and under atmospheric pressure and on the diffusivity as a function of the state variables.
KeywordsMass Transfer Statistical Physic Test Data Sorption Kinetic Internal Mass
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