Joint Russian and Bulgarian Academies of Sciences Database of Intermolecular Potentials and Diffusion Coefficients for Components of the CVD Processes in Microelectronics

@article{Fokin2001JointRA,
  title={Joint Russian and Bulgarian Academies of Sciences Database of Intermolecular Potentials and Diffusion Coefficients for Components of the CVD Processes in Microelectronics},
  author={L. R. Fokin and Victor Nikolaevich Popov and A. N. Kalashnikov and Lydia Zarkova and P. S. Pirgov and Ivan Zhelyazkov Petkov},
  journal={International Journal of Thermophysics},
  year={2001},
  volume={22},
  pages={1497-1506}
}
The goal of the database (DB) EPIDIF-JRB is to promote the modeling of gas-phase transport processes in CVD technologies in microelectronics. The transport properties (molecular diffusion coefficients, viscosity, and thermal conductivity) of pure gases and gas mixtures in the temperature range 250 to 2000K and at a pressure <0.1MPa are calculated using (1) the Chapman–Enskog method in binary collision approximation and (2) the three-parameter Lennard–Jones (m–6) intermolecular potentials (IP… 

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