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A Correction to this paper has been published: 10.1007/s11242-014-0429-x
Gas diffusion in a porous medium is a very complex process. Aiming at accurately describing the whole process of gas diffusion in a coal particle, a dynamic diffusion model of capillary pores in a coal particle (hereafter referred to as CPCPDD model) which is dependent on both the pore size and...
The theme of coupling problems for adsorption, absorption and thermochemical transport in porous media is very important for engineering applications. Based on the submissions to the mini-symposium 22 of InterPore 2020, this special issue used this opportunity to evaluate some of these papers,...
Current reactive transport model (RTM) uses transport control as the sole arbiter of differences in reactivity. For the simulation of crystal dissolution, a constant reaction rate is assumed for the entire crystal surface as a function of chemical parameters. However, multiple dissolution...
Molecular diffusion in liquids is a key process in numerous systems: it is often the reaction rate limiting factor in biological or chemical reaction. Molecular diffusion has been recognized as the ultimate mechanism by which substances concentration get homogenized and, thus, their mixing and...
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