Diffusion in Porous Media

@inproceedings{Krger2011DiffusionIP,
  title={Diffusion in Porous Media},
  author={J{\"o}rg K{\"a}rger and Rustem Valiullin},
  year={2011}
}
Porous media are of considerable interest in a very diverse range of activities. They comprise a wide variety of substances—plastics, ceramics, cements, clays, rocks, porous glasses, carbons, silica gels, zeolites, the recently emerging metal–organic frameworks and coordination polymers, and many more. Even biological tissues may share many features of porous media. Depending on the given nature, the pore diameters in these substances may range from the subnanometer region up to macroscopic… CONTINUE READING

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