The effect of roughness on the T3-dewetting of molecular hydrogen

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ANGRIK, Jörg, Masoud SOHAILI, Jürgen KLIER, Paul LEIDERER, 2003. The effect of roughness on the T3-dewetting of molecular hydrogen. In: Physica / B [Condensed Matter]. 329(Part 1), pp. 435-436. Available under: doi: 10.1016/S0921-4526(02)02331-1

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