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962,8,293. An expression for D A B in terms of the molecular properties can be obtained from kinetic theory and indicates that D A B is inversely proportional to pressure. Both (46) and (47) can be used in an alternative form, obtained by integration over the length of the cylinder. ' The preceding equations are based on the assumption that wall forces are infinitely repulsive. At the same time, the requirement of diffuse reflection in itself necessitates perfect momentum accommodation at the walls.
34D. M. Ruthven and K. F. Loughlin, Chem. Eng. S c i , 1971,26, 1154. R. M. Barrer and D. J. S. Faraday I , 1974,70, 535. (32) Colloid Science 34 Diffusion coefficients determined from transientstate methods will be different from steady-state values if time dependent processes, such as swelling or the filling of blind pores, occur. When the flow experiment is arranged to permit measurement of flow rates during the approach to a steady state, time lag quantities can also be determined. Several time lags may be defined' 3 6 J 37 according to whether the membrane is filling (adsorption, denoted by superscript a ) , or emptying (desorption, denoted by superscript d), and also according to whether the observation is made at the ingoing (x = 0) or outgoing (x = I) side of the membrane.
The dispersion constant was obtained from Kirkwood-Mdler, Slater-Kirkwood, or London formulae and the coefficient of the inverse 12th power repulsion term was found by assuming that the potential minimum occurs at a distance corresponding t o the mean separation of a molecule-ion pair. Calculations were carried out for Ar, Kr, and Xe in a cubic block of unit cells containing 5 cells per side. Results were displayed as potential energy profiles and also as potential contour maps. Differences in the calculated potential amounting to as much as one third of the total potential were found depending on the method chosen for the dispersion constant calculation.