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Chem. Eng. , 101(1-3), 367-372, ISSN 1385-8947 Yang, X. & Matthews, M. A. (2000). Diffusion coefficients of three organic solutes in aqueous sodium dodecyl sulfate solutions. J. Col. and Int. ; Bergveld, P. (2000). Micro total analysis systems 2000, Springer, ISBN 0792363876, Dordrecht Wilke, C. R. & Chang P. (1955). F. El-Amin and Shuyu Sun King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Thuwal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 1. Introduction The low-density gas jet injected into a high-density ambient has particular interest in several industrial applications such as fuel leaks, engine exhaust, diffusion ﬂames, materials processing, as well as natural phenomena such ﬁres and volcanic eruptions.
The comb is moved back and forth continuously through the solution. , 2004). Another system, the jet array, can also be used to plate Ni-Fe (permalloy) static wafers (Tzanavaras & Cohen, 1995). Hereby no moving parts pass through the solution, but the 2 44 Mass Advanced Topics in MassTransfer Transfer solution itself is pumped through small openings causing jet mixing in the system. An improvement of this system was investigated. The mixing and transport processes are described for each stirring system.
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