# The relation among various mass transfer co-efficients (M.T.C) for ideal gases is given by (where, Kc & Km are M.T.C. for equimolar counter diffusion with concentration & mole fraction respectively as the drivingforce. and, Kp = M.T.C. for diffusion of a gas through a stagnant inert gas with pressure as drivingforce.)

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