^{14}Incidentally, this is a good example of an integrating mass-balance process, where the rate of process variable change
over time is proportional to the imbalance of flow rates in and out of the process. Stated another way, total accumulated (or
lost) mass in a mass-balance system such as this is the time-integral of the difference between incoming and outgoing mass
flow rates: Δm = ∫
_{0}^{T}(W_{in} − W_{out}) dt.