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2000-09

AUTHORS

M. V. Belyaev

ABSTRACT

A phenomenological model for “reactive diffusion” of ions, atoms, or molecules in a solid stationary medium has been advanced by the example of the ion exchange in a glass-molten salt system. The kinetic curves are obtained for the diffusion process accompanied by the formation (in the diffusion layer) of a new structure differing in diffusion properties from the initial structure. Consideration is given to the case when the interaction between the mobile diffusant and the stationary matrix results in partial or complete fixation of diffusant by the new forming structure. It is shown that the equation for the second Fick law and a number of other known diffusion equations are the limiting particular cases of the reactive diffusion model proposed. More... »

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474-482

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02732068

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