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Thus, for a given Tcell, increasing V will result in a monotonic increase in the rate of organic vapor outflow. 3c. 7) . where V is the volumetric flow rate of the carrier gas through the source cell. , standard cubic centimeters. per minute, or sccm). 10) where . 11) . 11, assuming an idealized situation where the temperature, pressure, and gas flow rate do not influence α. For constant . , saturation . regime), while at constant Tcell the source becomes depleted for higher V sccm. 11 also predicts that lower source cell pressure helps maximize the rate of vapor supply.
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