Limitations of the "dusty gas" model in the description of surface scattering
E. A. Mason, A. P. Malinauskas, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Reactor Chemistry Division, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1965 - Science - 17 pages
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