水分子の水クラスターへの付着確率について Calculation of the Sticking Probability of a Water Molecule to a Water Cluster
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The sticking probabilities of a water molecule to a water cluster at several temperatures are calculated as a function of cluster size by using the models proposed for dissociation and stabilization rate constants of vibrationally excited clusters. The model for dissociation is built from RRK theory, while the model for stabilization is based on the general equation describing V → T relaxation rates of diatomic molecules. The sticking probabilities calculated are strongly dependent on the size of the water clusters. They increase from zero to levels close to unity in the cluster-size region of 3 through approximately 20 and keep constant at levels close to unity at a cluster size larger than 20 at 253, 273, and 300 K.
- Earozoru Kenkyu
Earozoru Kenkyu 22(2), 147-151, 2007-06-20
Japan Association of Aerosol Science and Technology