thermodiffusion


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thermodiffusion

 [ther″mo-dĭ-fu´zhun]
diffusion due to a temperature gradient.
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ther·mo·dif·fu·sion

(ther'mō-di-fyū'zhŭn),
Diffusion of fluids, either gaseous or liquid, as influenced by the temperature of the fluid.
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ther·mo·dif·fu·sion

(thĕr'mō-di-fyū'zhŭn)
Diffusion of fluids, either gaseous or liquid, as influenced by the temperature of the fluid.
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[17] MONTEL F., Importance de la thermodiffusion en exploration et production petroliere, Entropie, n[degrees] 184/185 (1994), 86-93.
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