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|Title:||Effect of magnetic field on membrane transport|
|Authors:||Blokhra, R L|
|Abstract:||Effect of magnetic field on 'the transport of water and aqueous mercuric chloride solution across sintered disc impregnated with cellulose acetate is reported at 303 K. The permeability coefficient decreases with increase in the magnetic field strength upto 21 k gauss. However, it increases with concentration in the beginning and starts decreasing at higher concentration. The dependence of the permeability through the membrane on the magnetic field is much more than viscosity.|
|Appears in Collections:||IJC-A Vol.33A(08) [August 1994]|
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