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Synonyms for diffusion

Synonyms for diffusion

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Synonyms for diffusion

(physics) the process in which there is movement of a substance from an area of high concentration of that substance to an area of lower concentration

the spread of social institutions (and myths and skills) from one society to another

the property of being diffused or dispersed

the act of dispersing or diffusing something

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Distribution of the determined inhibitor diffusion coefficient values depending on the difference in average concentrations [increment of [bar.
Determination of the diffusion coefficient of tissue, cuticle, cutin and wax of apple.
The area of observation was utilized to calculate apparent diffusion coefficients (ADCs) or detection indices of DWI.
Apparent Diffusion Coefficients for normal parotid glands were obtained for the superficial and deep lobes on both sides and showed different values as shown in Table 1.
The independent variables were sucrose concentration and immersion time; the dependent variables were water and sucrose diffusion coefficients (Table 1).
Hepatocellular carcinoma: Short-term reproducibility of apparent diffusion coefficient and intravoxel incoherent motion parameters at 3.
The effective diffusion coefficient for sunflower grains increases with the increment in air temperature during the drying and has activation energy of 29.
We also monitored AE signals from duplex SS under hydrogen charging and estimated apparent diffusion coefficient of hydrogen in the shot-peened 304 stainless steel.
Vertebral body compression fracture: discriminating benign from malignant causes by diffusion-weighted MR imaging and apparent diffusion coefficient value.
Keywords Moisture/water transport, Accelerated weathering, Temperature cycling, Diffusion coefficient, Defect recovery, Degradation
FEM is a numerical method [11] for calculating the approximation solutions to the boundary value problem and to generate the optical properties and optical flux for a given distributions of an absorption and diffusion coefficient.
omicron]] = diffusion coefficient of Cr(VI)-thymoquinone complex ([cm.
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