Studying the interphase zone in a certain singular-limit problem
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An important role in studying the classical Cahn–Hilliard problem  is played by its singular-limit problem, the so-called Melin–Sikerk free boundary problem, which, at present allows one to only numerically describe the instability of the crystallization process. The purpose of this work is to prepare the material for deducing the singular-limit problem for the essentially asymmetric model [8, 21].
KeywordsSolvability Condition Free Boundary Problem Stefan Problem Young Measure Asymmetric Model
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