Nonlinear mass transfer between a gas and a falling liquid film. 3. Multicomponent mass transport
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A solution is obtained for the problem of multicomponent mass transfer between a gas and a falling liquid film. The case is considered in which the mass transfer of one of the components is limited by the nonlinear mass transport in the gas phase. The rates of multicomponent mass transport in the gas and liquid phases are determined.
KeywordsMass Transfer Statistical Physic Liquid Phasis Mass Transport Liquid Film
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