Triple-point wetting of molecular hydrogen isotopes


Triple-point wetting is a well-known phenomenon of simple adsorbates on solid substrates, which involves, in the liquid phase above the triple-point temperature, T3, complete wetting with the formation of arbitrary thick films being observed, whereas below T3 only a few monolayers of the solid phase are adsorbed at saturated vapour pressure. This effect is… (More)

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