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In this case, all these particles experience identical gravitational displacement. Since both gravitational and inertial transport are dependent on (ρd2) they also experience identical inertial displacement. In reality it is not entirely true, that particles characterized by identical (ρd2) experience identical displacement due to the action of mechanical forces. The displacement is influenced by interactions between a particle and the gas molecules surrounding it. The so-called slip correction accounts for these interactions.

Particle Behavior in the Respiratory Tract 29 For all particle sizes deposition increases with time (Fig. 6, top). At a flow rate of 250 cm3 s-1 deposition is governed by sedimentation but at 750 cm3 s-1 flow rate by impaction. Therefore, the time-dependency of deposition is less pronounced when the aerosols are respired at the high flow rate. When these data are plotted to illustrate the influence of flow rate on deposition (Fig. 6, bottom) it becomes obvious that inertial transport is not effective for deposition anywhere in the respiratory tract of orally inspired particles smaller than 2 µm in diameter.

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