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Theory of Surface Specific Heats of Solids
1.A. Brager and A. Schuchowitzky, Acta Physicochim. U.R.S.S. 21, 1001 (1946).
2.See reference 4 for a critical survey of the available published experimental results.
3.R. Stratton, Phil. Mag. 44, 519 (1953) to be referred to as S. Equations taken from this reference will be prefixed by S.
4.M. Dupuis, R. Mazo, and L. Onsager, J. Chem. Phys. 5, 1452 (1960), to be referred to as DMO.
5.D. K. C. Macdonald and L. T. Towle, Can. J. Phys. 34, 418 (1956).
6.E. Montroll, J. Chem. Phys. 18, 183 (1950).
7.Montroll’s statement, that his quantity [equivalent to the factor involving K in Eq. (7)] lies in the range to 1, is incorrect. It actually lies in the range to
8.Due to misprints the following factors should be inserted in the right hand sides of the following equations in S: λ in Eq. (S.11); in Eq. (S.25); in (S.63) and 2 in Eqs. (S.42), (S.43), (S.44), (S.46), (S.48), and (S.49). The factor in the denominator of Eq. (S.34) should be and the square root should be taken of the factor in the integral. The factor in the denominator of Eq. (S.51) should be
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