cryocondensation (rus. криоконденсация) — condensation of gases and vapors of various compounds at cryogenic temperatures with formation of solid condensate film on the cooled surface or of condensate particles in the cooling agent.

Description

Cryocondensation is one of the main techniques in the cryochemical molecular beam method and analysis of chemical reactions at cryogenic temperatures (see cryochemistry).

Author

  • Shlyakhtin Oleg A.

Sources

  1. G.B. Sergeev. Nanochemistry.— Elsevier Science, 2006. — 262 pp.
  2. Sergeev G.B., Batyuk V.A. Cryochemistry.(in Russian)— Moscow.: Khimija, 1978. — 296 pp.

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