Chemical process analysis, Chemistry

A useful model of interfacial mass transport makes three assumptions:

(i) there is a difference between the concentrations of A at the interface, CA denoted CA in Phases I and II, respectively, and the bulk concentrations.

(ii) the rates of transfer in each phase are proportional to the differences between the bulk an interfacial concentrations:

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(iii) the interfacial concentrations are in equilibrium:

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(A) Show that the equation

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(B) Find the limit of Km in the following cases:

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(C) What is the physical significance of the two limits in part (B)?

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