Adsorbed layers in the interaction of a rarefied gas flow with a deeply cooled optical surface
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A method of direct modeling of adsorbed layers and estimation of the mean thickness o f the cryodeposit is considered. The theoretical results are compared with experimental data.
KeywordsExperimental Data Statistical Physic Theoretical Result Adsorbed Layer Direct Modeling
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