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Old   January 20, 2014, 06:34
Default Define mass transfer
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hi

if you help me, i will be extremely grateful to you.

i use define mass transfer macro to simulate gas(bubble) absorption to water.

so,i have a question about DEFINE MASS TRANSFER MACRO.

can i represent volume shrinkage of bubble with the MACRO?

if you know any other way to represent volume shrinkage of bubble,please give me advice.

thanks!
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