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A familiar topic in everyday experiences, such as colloidal suspensions or atmospheric pollution, diffusion is one of the most extensively employed interdisciplinary concepts that has impacted all branches of science. This book describes how the subject of diffusion has evolved over the last two hundred years and has continued to be an active area of applications and further research. It covers the essential physical theories of diffusion phenomena using a historical context and presents techniques to apply these theories to practical cases.