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Works under MDS 530.475
- Brownian Motion and Stochastic Calculus by Ioannis Karatzas
- Diffusion-Wave Fields: Mathematical Methods and Green Functions by Andreas Mandelis
- Brownian Motion by Peter Mörters
- Brownian Motion: Fluctuations, Dynamics, and Applications by Robert M. Mazo
- Brownian Motion, Obstacles and Random Media (Springer Monographs in Mathematics) by Alain-Sol Sznitman
- Diffusion and Reactions in Fractals and Disordered Systems by Daniel ben-Avraham
- Some Aspects of Brownian Motion Part I : Some Special Functionals (Lectures in Mathematics. ETH Zürich) (Pt. 1) by Marc Yor
- Unified Analysis and Solutions of Heat and Mass Diffusion by M. D. Mikhailov
- Brownian Movement and Molecular Reality (Dover Phoenix Editions) by Jean Perrin
- Brownian Motion (Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability) by T. Hida
- Mathematical modelling of heat and mass transfer processes by V. G. Danilov
- Diffusion in materials : DIMAT2008 by A. Agüero
- Grain boundary diffusion, stresses and segregation : DSS 2010, Moscow : selected, peer reviewed papers from the International Conference on Grain Boundary Diffusion, Stresses and Segregation, DSS 2010, held in Moscow, Russia, June 1-4, 2010 by B. S. Bokshteĭn
- Diffusion in solids and liquids VIII : selected, peer reviewed papers from the 8th International Conference on Diffusion in Solids and Liquids : mass transfer, heat transfer, microstructure & properties, nanodiffusion and nanostructured materials (DSL-2012), June 25-29, 2012, Istanbul, Turkey by Andreas Öchsner
- Simple brownian diffusion : an introduction to the standard theoretical models by Daniel Thomas Gillespie
- Penalising Brownian paths by Bernard Roynette
- Environmental and resources geochemistry of earth system : mass transfer mechanism, geochemical cycle and the influence of human activity by Naotatsu Shikazono
- Diffusion in solids and liquids : heat transfer - microstructure & properties : 2nd International Conference on Diffusion in Solids and Liquids, Mass Transfer - Heat Transfer - Microstructure & Properties, DSL-2006, 26-28 July 2006, University of Aveiro, Portugal by Andreas Öchsner
- Mass Transfer: From Fundamentals to Modern Industrial Applications by Koichi Asano
- Computational transport phenomena : numerical methods for the solution of transport problems by W. E. Schiesser
- Diffusion in solids and liquids x : selected, peer reviewed Papers from the 10th International Conference on Diffusion in Solids and Liquids, Mass Transfer - Heat Transfer - Microstructure & Properties - Nanodiffusion and Nanostructured Materials (DSL-2014), June 23-27, 2014, Paris, France by Andreas Öchsner
- Non-linear Mass Transfer and Hydrodynamic Stability by C.B. Boyadjiev
- The Langevin equation : with applications to stochastic problems in physics, chemistry, and electrical engineering by William Coffey
- Turbulence and Diffusion: Scaling Versus Equations (Springer Series in Synergetics) by Oleg G. Bakunin
- Fundamentos de fenômenos de transporte: um texto para cursos básicos. by Celso Pohlmann Livi
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