Perturbation theory in the kinetics of first-order phase transitions

Kukushkin, Sergey A.; Osipov, Andrew V.
August 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;8/22/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 8, p3247
Academic Journal
Discusses the application of perturbation theory to the description of kinetics of a first-order phase transition illustrated by thin film growth. Number of particles in a critical nucleus under maximum supersaturation in the course of phase transition; Uniform convergence of expansion; Case of single- and multi-component condensation.


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