Classical and Statistical Theories of Gas-Surface Energy Transfer

  • J. D. Doll
Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 16)

Abstract

Energy transfer between a gas and some other system is a process of interest to workers in a number of areas. Depending on whether the second system is another gas molecule, a small aggregate of molecules, or a solid surface; gas-phase kinetics, aerosol microphysics, or solid-state studies are involved. Energy-transfer theories are best developed for the gas-phase case where currently available methods provide reasonably reliable treatment for both the interactions and the collision dynamics.

Keywords

Recombination Stein Photodecomposition Oman 

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