Mass conservational equations at the solid-liquid interface and self-organization model of some growth layers
Equations of interface mass conservation of nonsteady-state crystalline growth process are established. These equations provide a basic mathematical model for the strict treatment of the non-equilibrium and nonlinear problems in the formation of crystalline growth layers. A kinetic model is built of nonlinear self-catalytic crystalline reaction for the formation of impurity growth layer in flux single crystalline growth. Discussion is made, from the formation of self-organization pattern, on some origins of growth layers that are difficult to explain by existing theories.
Keywordscrystal growth mass conservational equations growth layer self-organization
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