Non-equilibrium structure factor for the disordering of adsorbed monolayers
Luscombe, James H.
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We consider the non-equilibrium, time-dependent elastic-scattering structure factor S(q,t), for the disordering of an ordered overlayer, initially in equilibrium at temperature T and characterized by the structure factor S(q,0)=X(q,TO, upon a sudden increase in temperature TI->TF at constant coverage, such that the adsorbates equilibrate at TF in a disordered phase...
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