Diffusion in a Disordered Line
There are many physical phenomena in which the diffusion process takes place. In most cases these phenomena are modelled by using particles moving in an homogeneous medium. The intrinsic heterogeneity of the matter is then taken as a second order effect. This assumption is frequently valid under laboratory conditions but in general fails in real world materials.
KeywordsDiffusion Coefficient Correlation Length Effective Diffusion Coefficient Effective Medium Approximation Strong Disorder
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