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To increase corrosion resistance, chromium is diffused into steel at 980∘ C. If the surface concentration of Cr is maintained constant at 100%, how long will it take (in days) to achieve a Cr concentration of 1.8% at a depth of 0.002 cm below the steel surface? (D0=0.54 cm2/s, EA=286 kJ/mole)

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