Capillary Waves on the Surface of Simple Liquids Measured by X-Ray Reflectivity

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Capillary Waves on the Surface of Simple Liquids Measured by X-Ray Reflectivity

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Title: Capillary Waves on the Surface of Simple Liquids Measured by X-Ray Reflectivity
Author: Braslau, A.; Pershan, Peter S.; Swislow, G.; Ocko, B. M.; Als-Nielsen, J.

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Citation: Braslau, A., Peter S. Pershan, G. Swislow, B. M. Ocko, and J. Als-Nielsen. 1988. Capillary waves on the surface of simple liquids measured by x-ray reflectivity. Physical Review A 38(5): 2457-2470.
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Abstract: The properties of the liquid-vapor interface for three simple liquids (water, carbon tetrachloride, and methanol) have been measured using x-ray reflectivity. The measured surface roughness is interpreted using a model that combines the effects of thermally induced capillary waves and the dimensions of the constituent molecules.
Published Version: doi:10.1103/PhysRevA.38.2457
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