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In order to analyze the influence of the big concentration difference on the interphase mass transfer rate it is necessary to use  its dimensionless form: Ac, = M | C I O " 5 C 2 0 ' = ( - i) m sAm (<%, = 03 < o , en = en > o ) . 5. Comparison of the results from the asymptotic and numerical solutions. 90) accounts for the convective mass transfer as a result of a secondary flow induction. This effect is significant at high concentrations at the phase interface QfC2o) in case of desorption.
Having all this in mind, it is interesting to compare the mass transfer rate at the same i concentration gradients and different mass transfer directions. 25), if it is assumed that 0 = 0 and p* / p*0 = 1. 25), when 0 > 0. 25) for c* = 0, when 0 = 0 and p* / p*0 = 1 . The influence of the concentration gradient and the direction of the mass transfer on its rate, as well as the separate effects of the non-linear mass transfer for UQ = 1 m/s, L = 0,1m, D = 2,19 . 10"5 m2/s, 6 = 1, are illustrated on Fig.
At small values of Ac\ in absorption or desorption, when Zc20 = 0, this effect could be neglected. e. on the change of 0 3 . The above considerations indicate that the influence of the big concentration difference is diverse and it is of interest to compare the interphase mass transfer rates at constant value of concentration difference Ac\ and different directions of the mass transfer. 91). 3 AC Fig. 13. 61) for values 03 < 0. In the absorption cases (# 3 > 0) and %C2a = 0 , so p\ I p[Q = 1 has to be substituted in the equation for the interphase mass transfer rate.
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