Heat and mass transfer and duration of the desublimation of water vapor in vacuum
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Certain features of the mechanism for the growth of the condensed phase during desublimation of water vapor in vacuum are examined. Approximate equations are found for the duration of water-vapor desublimation on a flat plate.
KeywordsMass Transfer Statistical Physic Water Vapor Flat Plate Condensed Phase
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