A method of simultaneous measurement of the soret and diffusion coefficients of liquid solutions
A method is developed for the simultaneous measurement of the Soret and diffusion coefficients under the conditions of a quasiisothermal process of damping of concentration disturbances in the measurement cell. Measurement results are presented for aqueous solutions of potassium chloride and sodium sulfate.
KeywordsSodium Sulfate Chloride Potassium Aqueous Solution
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