Optoacoustic effect and the thermal diffusivity of solids
An optoacoustic method for determining the thermal diffusivity is investigated theoretically. The results are confirmed by experimental data.
KeywordsExperimental Data Statistical Physic Thermal Diffusivity Optoacoustic Method Optoacoustic Effect
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