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Clusters of anthracene were also formed by homogeneous nucleation in the supersonic nozzle beam during expansion. 5 < q ^ 1 and r = yl(y - 1) - q(2 - y)/(2y - 2). The value of q differs with experimental conditions such as the kind of condensing material. Applying the above equations to the experimental result, the optimum value of q was found to be nearly equal to unity. In Fig. 53 the q r energy of the cluster beam is plotted against PoD /T Q, where q = 1 and r = i All the points corresponding to different nozzle diameters fall on one straight line, which indicates that the formation mechanism of anthracene clusters fits the scaling law.
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