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vol 60 / DECEMBER, 2017
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DOI 10.17586/0021-3454-2016-59-9-773-779

UDC 537.312.52:544.537:666.189.242

MODELING THE MASS TRANSFER IN AN AQUEOUS SOLUTION OF GLYCEROL UNDER THE ACTION OF LOW-POWER LASER RADIATION

G. K. Kostyuk
ITMO University, Department of Laser Technologies and Applied Ecology, St. Petersburg; Senior Lecturer


M. M. Sergeev
ITMO University, Department of Laser Technologies and Applied Ecology, St. Petersburg; Post-Graduate Student


R. A. Zakoldaev
ITMO University, Department of Laser Technologies and Applied Ecology, St. Petersburg; Graduate Student


Y. B. Yakovlev
ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, 197101, Russian Federation; Professor


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Abstract. A model experiment on mass transfer process in an aqueous solution of glycerol under the action of low-power laser radiation is carried out at weak absorption of the radiation by the medium. The concentration of glycerol solution providing the most pronounced mass transfer effect is determined as 9:1. The presented dependences of the radiation power transmitted through the area of exposure, and the temperature in the area center, on duration of the radiation action, confirm the effect of mass transfer.
Keywords: mass transfer, low-power laser radiation, glycerol solution

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