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Hi,

I am modelling an Alkaline water electrolyzer by using multi phase model in porous media. I am little bit confused about volume fraction is that does the gas volume fraction represents here only the undissolved gas (bubbles) or both dissolved gas and undissolved gas (bubbles)?

Please someone can provide me clarity about this or recommend any reference which I can go through

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