Summary of MSE 201 S21 Lecture 17 - Module 1 - Steady-State Diffusion

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In the video, Professor Kristin Neff explains the concept of diffusion and how it can be used to measure concentration gradients and movement of molecules. She also discusses an example of non-steady state diffusion.

  • 00:00:00 In this video, Professor Kristin Neff discusses the basics of diffusion, including its definition, measuring techniques, and steady state diffusion. Neff discusses how concentration gradients can be used to measure diffusion rates and how diffusion can be used to move molecules from high concentrations to lower concentrations.
  • 00:05:00 The flux of a material through a surface is proportional to the concentration gradient across the surface. This law is known as fick's first law of diffusion.
  • 00:10:00 In this module, the instructor discusses an example of non-steady state diffusion.

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