# A remark on the two dimensional water wave problem with surface tension

```@article{Shao2017ARO,
title={A remark on the two dimensional water wave problem with surface tension},
author={Shuanglin Shao and Hsi-Wei Shih},
journal={Journal of Differential Equations},
year={2017}
}```
• Published 30 November 2017
• Mathematics
• Journal of Differential Equations
2 Citations
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