mass transfer coefficient

in electrochemistry
https://doi.org/10.1351/goldbook.M03754
The @H02805@ defined for the case of the @L03532@. A more general definition in terms of the @E01952-1@ is: $k_{\text{d}}=\frac{j\ \nu }{n\ F\ (c_{\text{e}}- c_{0})}$ or $k_{\text{d}} = \frac{j\ \nu \ (1- t_{\text{B}}\ n\ \nu ^{-1}\ z_{\text{B}}^{-1})}{n\ F\ (c_{\text{e}}- c_{0})}$ where $$j$$ is the @E01952-2@, $$\nu$$ is the @S06025@, $$n$$ is the @C00995@, $$F$$ is the @F02325@, $$c_{\text{e}}$$ is the @I03083@, $$c_{0}$$ is the @B00753@, $$t_{\text{B}}$$ is the @T06489@ of species B, and $$z_{\text{B}}$$ is the @C00993@ of species B.
Source:
PAC, 1981, 53, 1827. (Nomenclature for transport phenomena in electrolytic systems) on page 1839 [Terms] [Paper]