On quantum effects on the surface of solid hydrogen

Marchenko, V. I.
October 2013
Journal of Experimental & Theoretical Physics;Oct2013, Vol. 117 Issue 4, p672
Academic Journal
The low-frequency spectrum of hypothetical superfluidity on the free surface of a quantum crystal of hydrogen is determined. In the quantum-rough state of the surface, crystallization waves with a quadratic spectrum should propagate. In the atomically smooth state, the spectrum is linear. Crystallization waves propagating along elementary steps are also considered.


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