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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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Bird, "Molecular Theory of Gases and Liquids," p. 336. Wiley, New York, 1964. 18. J. K. Lee, J. A. Barber, and F. F. Abraham, J. Chem. Phys. 58, 3166 (1973). 19. I. Yamada and T. Takagi, Thin Solid Films 80, 105 (1981). 20. J. B Theeten, R. Madar, A. Mircea-Roussel, A. Rocher, and G. Lawrence, J. Cryst. Growth 37, 317 (1979). 21. G. D. Stein, Phys. , 503 (1979). 22. I. Yamada, G. D. Stein, H. Usui, and T. Takagi, Proc. Symp. , 6th, 1982, 47 (1982). 23. C. A. Neugebauer, in "Handbook of Thin Film Technology" (L.

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