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Wrapping Up Notes
Today will be the last day that I'll be posting notes on diffusion and everything else in my notebook.
The diffusion of solutes over a surface can be modeled mathematically as:
js = − PsΔc
For a spherical surface, the relaxation of a concentration jump, is:
with A being the area of the sphere, and V its volume.
There is a very interesting discussion of ions diffusion in solution while under the influence of a potential gradient. This is useful to understand because it is similar to what I am doing. For example, with simple common salt, when it dissolves in solution, it separates out into positively and negatively ions that can move depending on how the potential difference is set up.