Concentration gradient , Chemical Engineering

Mass transfer coefficients can be of either local or overall type.

a. Describe carefully what the local and overall mass move coefficients show.

b. How does the concentration gradient for the molar move rate differ when expressing the transfer in overall and local transfer coefficients correspondingly?

 

 

 

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