## diffusion potential

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For an ideal @[email protected], $$\Delta \mathit{\Phi }_{\text{d}}$$ is the integral of $$\nabla \mathit{\Phi }$$ (given by the following equation) across the boundary between two regions of different concentrations. $\nabla \mathit{\Phi }=\frac{R\ T\ \sum D_{i}\ z_{i}\ \nabla c_{i}}{F\ \sum s_{i}^{2}\ D_{i}\ c_{i}}$ where $$D_{i}$$ is the @[email protected] of species $$i$$, $$z_{i}$$ is the @[email protected] of species $$i$$, $$c_{i}$$ is the concentration of species $$i$$, $$R$$ is the @[email protected], $$T$$ is the @[email protected], and $$F$$ is the @[email protected]
Source:
PAC, 1981, 53, 1827. (Nomenclature for transport phenomena in electrolytic systems) on page 1838 [Terms] [Paper]