Models diffusion through one dimensional slab with a constant diffusion coefficient, D, with flux into recipient chamber on right used to estimate the diffusion coefficient. Model includes partition coefficient.
Model number: 0395
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In this model we calculate the one dimensional diffusion across a region with a single rate of diffusion, D. On the left hand side the concentration is held constant (mixed, large reservoir) and at the right hand side is set at 0 mM at t=0 in VolR, the recipient mixing chamber. The partition coefficient, lambda, is the ratio of the concentration immediately inside the slab or region of diffusion to that immediately outside the region. It has been set to 0.9 in the example. This model serves as the basis for all the other slab diffusion model in which the diffusion domain may have heterogeneities in thickness, in internal binding, in paths through cells and around them. OCEAN | SLAB | Recipient Chamber | Concn = C | CL0 = 10 mM | | CR0 = 0 mM | D = Diff Coeff | | | VolR | | | C0 = 0 mM | | | x=0 Thickness x=L
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Aitken A and Barrer RM.Transport and solubility of isomeric paraffins in rubber. Trans Faraday Soc 51: 116-130, 1955. Barrer RM. A new approach to gas flow in capillary systems. J Phys Chem 57: 35-40, 1953. Bassingthwaighte JB; Transport in Biological Systems, Springer Verlag, New York, 2016??. Safford RE and Bassingthwaighte JB. Calcium diffusion in transient and steady states in muscle. Biophys J 20: 113-136, 1977. Safford RE, Bassingthwaighte EA, and Bassingthwaighte JB. Diffusion of water in cat ventricular myocardium. J Gen Physiol 72: 513-538, 1978. Suenson M, Richmond DR, and Bassingthwaighte JB. Diffusion of sucrose, sodium, and water in ventricular myocardium. Am J Physiol 227: 1116-1123, 1974.
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