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Non-Isothermal Spontaneous Imbibition Process Including Condensation Effects and Variable Surface Tension

By Bautista Oscar, Sánchez Salvador, Méndez Federico, Bautista Eric and Arcos Carlos

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Published: October 24th 2012

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Bautista Oscar, Sánchez Salvador, Méndez Federico, Bautista Eric and Arcos Carlos (October 24th 2012). Non-Isothermal Spontaneous Imbibition Process Including Condensation Effects and Variable Surface Tension, Heat Transfer Phenomena and Applications Salim Newaz Kazi, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/51844. Available from:

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