2D Atomic-Topological Model of the Dissolution Kinetics of a Metallic Crystal: Typical Atomic Relief Positions and Fragments
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The atomic-topological kinetics problem of the self-consistency between the dissolution kinetics and the atomic relief of the dissolving boundary is solved for an imaginary two-dimensional crystal in two ways: (i) in terms of the model of atomic positions determined by the number of the nearest neighbors and (ii) in terms of the typical atomic relief structures (steps, kinks, etc.). To a sufficient accuracy, the results provided by these two models coincide. The approaches developed are aimed at solving the problem of the dissolution of an actual three-dimensional crystal.
KeywordsInorganic Chemistry Kinetics Problem Atomic Position Sufficient Accuracy Dissolution Kinetic
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