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Given the molar masses and polarities of two compounds, as well as the operation temperature and pressure, calculates the diffusivity coefficient by the Brokaw's equation:

$Dab = \frac{1.858.10^{-3}.T^\frac{3}{2}.{(\frac{1}{Ma}+\frac{1}{Mb})}^{\frac{1}{2}}}{P*Ωd*σab^2};$

Been:

- A: as the first chemical compound inserted, which is difusive in B;
- B: as the second chemical compound inserted, which is the diffusive environment.

The Brokaw's equation uses the Hirschfelder's equation with alteration in the colision diameter and the colision integral:

- Modified colision integral is given by:

$Ω_D = Ω^*_D + \frac{0,196.S_{AB}^2}{T^*}$

- Modified colision diameter is given by:

$σ_{AB} = {σ_A.σ_B}^{\frac{1}{2}}$

Given the molar masses and polarities of two compounds, as well as the operation temperature and pressure, calculates the diffusivity coefficient by the Brokaw's equation:

$Dab = \frac{1.858.10^{-3}.T^\frac{3}{2}.{(\frac{1}{Ma}+\frac{1}{Mb})}^{\frac{1}{2}}}{P*Ωd*σab^2};$

Been:

- A: as the first chemical compound inserted, which is difusive in B;
- B: as the second chemical compound inserted, which is the diffusive environment.

The Brokaw's equation uses the Hirschfelder's equation with alteration in the colision diameter and the colision integral:

- Modified colision integral is given by:

$Ω_D = Ω^*_D + \frac{0,196.S_{AB}^2}{T^*}$

- Modified colision diameter is given by:

$σ_{AB} = {σ_A.σ_B}^{\frac{1}{2}}$

- WELTY, James; WICKS, Charles E.; WILSON, Robert E.; RORRER, Gregory L. Fundamentals of Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer. 5th Ed. John Wiley & Sons, 2008.