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The systematic learn of the equations of movement for debris of a rotating medium was once initiated by means of Sobolev [1, 2]. those equations vary from the standard Navier-Stokes equations in that they include the time period [v, w], the vector made from the speed via the angular rotation speed, which takes account of the rotation of the reference method.
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C. Parker (Plenum Pr~ss,New York and Landon 1985), pp. L. Störmer, Surf. A. J. H. Neave, and J. Zhang* Philips Research Laboratories, Red hill , Surrey RH! 5HA, England Abstract Very few methods are avsilable for direct in-situ investigation of crystal growth mechanisms at the atomic level, but the forward scattering geometry of reflection high energy electron diffraction (RHEED) is particularly weIl suited to studies of molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) growth dynamics. After describing the basic concepts of the RH&ED intensity oscillation technique, the influence of multiple scattering effects on the form of the oscillations is demonstrated.
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