

§8 The mean free path of the molecules. Effective diameter
The minimum distance that converge in a collision centers of two molecules, called the effective diameter of the molecule. It depends on the speed of the colliding molecules, that is, the temperature (the effective diameter decreases with increasing. For a second (t = 1 s) molecule transits on the average parth equal in magnitude to the average velocity. If for one second, she undergoes an average z collision, s
To determine ν believe that the molecule has the shape of a ball, and moves among other fixed molecules. This molecule is confronted only with those molecules whose centers are at a distance d, ie, lie within the "broken" a cylinder of radius d. The average number of collisions per second is equal to one the number of molecules in the volume of "broken" cylinder.
where n  the concentration of the molecules, and
 average speed of the molecules, or the path traveled by it in 1 second  the average number of collisions Taking into account a motion of other molecules:
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§9 Transport Phenomena Transport phenomena combine a group of processes associated with the irregularities of density, temperature and velocity of the orderly movement of individual layers of material. Alignment leads to inhomogeneities in transport phenomena. Transport phenomena in gases and liquids consist in the fact that these substances an ordered, directed mass transport (diffusion), momentum (internal energy) and internal energy (thermal conductivity). In the gas breaks complete randomness of the molecules and the distribution of molecular velocities. Deviations from the law of Maxwell explained directional transfer of physical characteristics of the material in the transport phenomena. We only consider the onedimensional phenomena, in which the physical quantities determining these phenomena depend only on one coordinate 1. Thermal conductivity.
Fourier law:
The minus sign in the Fourier law shows that heat is transferred in the direction of decreasing temperature T. With molecularkinetic phenomena in terms of thermal conductivity is explained as follows. In the area of ??gas, where the temperature is higher, the kinetic energy of the random thermal motion of the molecules is greater than the area where the temperature is lower. As a result of random thermal motion of the molecules move from the area where the region above T, where T is less. However, they suffer from a kinetic energy greater of the average kinetic energy possessed by the molecules in the field of lower energy. Due to continuous collisions of molecules over time the process of alignment of the mean kinetic energy, that is, temperature equalization. The thermal conductivity χ is equal
Where c_{V}  specific heat capacity of gas at constant volume (a quantity of heat necessary for heating 1 kg of gas on 1 K at constant volume).  density of gas  average thermal velocity of the molecules  medial free length. Physical sense χ: the thermal conductivity χ is numerically equal to density of a thermal stream at the temperature gradientequal 1 2. Diffusion
 Fick’s law The minus sign indicates that the mass of the gas transported in the direction of decreasing density. Selfdiffusion coefficient D is numerically equal to the mass of gas transferred per unit time through a unit area perpendicular to the direction of transport, with a gradient of density equal to one
 fluence According to the kinetic theory of gases
3. The internal friction (viscosity) The phenomenon of internal friction is observed in the case where the different layers of gas are moving at different speeds. In this case, the layers are decelerated more rapidly moving slowly. At the macroscopic motion of the gas layers (ie, wall motion as a whole) has an impact microscopic thermal motion of the molecules. Consider one layer of gas moving at a speed v_{1} and gas layer 2, moving at a speed v_{2} v_{1} > v_{2}. As a result of the thermal random motion of molecule A from layer 1 to layer 2 switch and change its momentum from the value mv to any value mv ' (v2 < v' < v_{1}). The molecules B in a layer 2 as a result of the heat goes into the random motion of the layer 1 and change its momentum from the value mv_{2} to the value of mv'' (v_{2} < v'' < v_{1}), that is, the molecules in the layer above the former two, once in the layer 1, collisions with molecules it accelerates its orderly movement, and ordered the moving molecules of the layer 1 is slowing. On the contrary, the transition of molecules from a fastmoving layer 1 to layer 2, they carry large momenta and intermolecular collisions at layer 2 speed motion of the molecules of this layer. (Impulse dp, carried through the area dS in the time Δt, is directly proportional to the internal friction coefficient η, the velocity gradient , the value of the area dS and observation time dt).  Newton's law
The minus sign indicates that the viscous force is opposite to the velocity gradient, that is, the momentum transferred in the direction of decreasing velocity. Coefficient of internal friction is given by
Relation between the coefficients for the transport phenomena
