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Research article
23 Apr 2015
Research article | 23 Apr 2015

Vapor wall deposition in Teflon chambers

X. Zhang et al.

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We present an experimental protocol to constrain the nature of organic vapor--wall deposition in Teflon chambers and develop an empirical model to predict the wall-induced deposition rate of intermediate/semi/non-volatility organic vapors in chambers.
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