Hi, i need help in solving a Fick's Law [ (∂c_k)/∂t = D_k (∂^2 c_k)/(∂x^2 ) ] by Finite Difference Method.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Previously, I tried solving the Fick's Law by using the Separation of Variable method but that was not the correct way as told by my Prof as the correct way is to use Finite Difference Method.

Can anyone teach or guide me on how to solve as I had never learn finite difference method before?

Thanks alot.

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# Solving Fick's Law by Finite Difference Method

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