diffusivity

diffusivity
[ˌdɪfju:'sɪvɪti]
noun (plural diffusivities) Physics a measure of the capability of a substance or energy to be diffused or to allow something to pass by diffusion.

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  • Diffusivity — Dif fu*siv i*ty, n. Tendency to become diffused; tendency, as of heat, to become equalized by spreading through a conducting medium. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Diffusivity (biology) — This is the diffusion coefficient in Fick s law. It is a proportionality constant between the mass flux due to diffusion and the gradient in the concentration of the species.It is generally prescribed for a given pair of species. For a multi… …   Wikipedia

  • diffusivity — noun see diffusive …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • diffusivity — /dif yoo siv i tee/, n. Physics. the property of a substance indicative of the rate at which a thermal disturbance, as a rise in temperature, will be transmitted through the substance. [1875 80; DIFFUSIVE + ITY] * * * …   Universalium

  • diffusivity — noun a) A tendency to diffuse b) a coefficient of diffusion; especially the amount of heat that passes through a given area in unit time …   Wiktionary

  • diffusivity — dif·fu·siv·i·ty …   English syllables

  • diffusivity — /ˌdɪfjuˈsɪvəti/ (say .difyooh sivuhtee) noun the property of a substance indicative of the rate at which a thermal disturbance will be transmitted …  

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