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The Investigation of Lipid-Water Systems Part 5 Infrared Spectra of Mesophases

  • M. P. McDonald
  • L. D. R. Wilford

Abstract

There have been relatively few infra red studies of tire liquid crystal (1.c.) state and most of these have been concerned with thermotropic mesophases (1). Because of the ease of orientation of nematic mesophases it has been possible to estimate the degree of order in these phases by infra red spectroscopy and the results have been seen to compare favourably with those obtained by other methods (2).

Keywords

Mole Fraction Carbonyl Band Isopropyl Ether Carbon Tetrachloride Solution Lamellar Mesophase 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. P. McDonald
    • 1
  • L. D. R. Wilford
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Chemistry and BiologyThe PolytechnicSheffieldEngland

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