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1.961 - Lecture 21 – Nutrient flux to osmotrophic organisms

1.961 Life at low Reynolds numbers

The Sherwood number
Increasing the nutrient flux: an exercise in thinning your boundary layer
Swimming faster to get more food
Nutrient fluxes in the presence of shear or turbulence

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