concentration gradient

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n concentration gradient a gradient in concentration of a solute as a function of distance through a solution "the movement of a solute down its concentration gradient is called diffusion"
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Usage


In news:

Concentration-Gradient Dynamic Light Scattering Finds Uses in High-Throughput Setting.
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In science:

Since we have clearly established that d(∆n)/dT and Cm experiments yield the same critical behavior for all H , we will concentrate on the former, which are less affected by gradients and have less ambiguity associated with the nonmagnetic background.
The random-field specific heat critical behavior at high magnetic concentration: Fe(0.93)Zn(0.07)F2
Hence, the high resolution, low concentration gradient experiments simply do not support the proposed nonscaling “trompe l’oeil” model.
The random-field specific heat critical behavior at high magnetic concentration: Fe(0.93)Zn(0.07)F2
The curves are the same as those in the previous figure except that they are rounded by the larger variation of the concentration gradient, as discussed in the text.
The random-field specific heat critical behavior at high magnetic concentration: Fe(0.93)Zn(0.07)F2
Both these effects lead to a high density concentration at the front, large force gradients, and strong stretching in phase space.
On the dynamics of a self-gravitating medium with random and non-random initial conditions
We explain the discrepancy between the results obtained from the Raman spectra and the conductivity measurements by vertical gradients of the hole concentration and the hole mobility in the GaMnAs layer.
Electronic and magnetic properties of GaMnAs: Annealing effects
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