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Q-2-D stands for Quasi-Two-Dimensional (also seen as Q2D)
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There has been another facile strategy to fabricate polymer ultrathin films for investigating crystallization of semicrystalline polymers under quasi-two-dimensional confinements (24-28).
Results are often developed in parallel first for bulk material, and then for quasi-two-dimensional quantum wells and for quasi-one-dimensional quantum wires.
Main models of the dynamics of galactic gas discs (including the models of the three-dimensional gas astrophysical disc; the correct two-dimensional model of the gas disc; linear waves in the three-dimensional disc; quasi-two-dimensional hierarchic model of the disc; dynamics of gas discs in the longwave approximation; dynamics of perturbations in the disk plane; instabilities of the gas gravitating disc; dissipative effects; effect of the hot gas on galactic discs; Chapter 4.