@article{Chalyi_Zaitseva_Chalyy_Khrapiichuk_2019, title={Dimensional Crossover and Thermophysical Properties of Nanoscale Condensed Matter}, volume={60}, url={https://ujp.bitp.kiev.ua/index.php/ujp/article/view/2019177}, DOI={10.15407/ujpe60.09.0885}, abstractNote={<p>The problem going to be discussed is as follows: how results for 3D systems transfer to results for 2D systems and vice versa. Obviously, such a 3D ⇔ 2D dimensional crossover should be smooth and without discontinuities. Here, this problem is studied for a single-component classical liquid in a reduced geometry, namely for slit-like and cylindrical pores with the lower crossover dimensionality Dcros = 2 and Dcros = 1, correspondingly, which are filled by water molecules. The influence of the 3D ⇔ 2D dimensional crossover on the effective critical exponents aeff, veff, yeff and on the thermophysical properties such as the heat capacity CV and the isothermal compressibility BT is investigated.</p>}, number={9}, journal={Ukrainian Journal of Physics}, author={Chalyi, A. V. and Zaitseva, E. V. and Chalyy, K. A. and Khrapiichuk, G. V.}, year={2019}, month={Jan.}, pages={885} }