Abstract

The technique of real-time holographic interferometry is used to study free diffusion in a liquid mixture at 25°C. A new mathematical method is derived for determining diffusion coefficients. The results obtained for the KCl-water system from the mathematical method are compared with the results obtained using the mathematical treatment developed by Gabelmann-Gray and Fenichel.

© 1985 Optical Society of America

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