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2009 | 116 | 4 | 701-704
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Towards Understanding of Influence of Restricted Geometry on Self-Diffusion in Porous Media

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Novel simulation procedure of self-diffusion through model porous media is presented. The procedure is based on extensive use of molecular dynamic method. The introduced diffusion simulations have a potential to become a valuable design and development tool applications involving transport in porous media, e.g. filters or porous sensors. The porous membranes are created using phase-separating model with high surface tension and its properties are characterized and compared with existing porosimetry measurements and small angle scattering experiments. These membranes are then filled with a gas of diffusing particles. Relations between transport coefficients and material structure are discussed.
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116
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4
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701-704
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2009-10
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