General Aspects of the Transport of Matter across Non-semipermeable Membranes

  • R. Schlögl


The “semi-permeable membrane” has played an important role in the understanding of the transport of matter across diaphragms. The strict semi-permeable membrane is an idealization that is never realized in nature. However, this idealization enables us to calculate among other things, for example, the pressure difference in an osmotic equilibrium.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Schlögl
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  1. 1.Eduard-Zintl-InstituteDarmstadtGerman Federal Republic

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