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Light Scattering Studies of the Propagation of Longitudinal and Transverse Hypersonic Waves in Liquids

  • E. V. Tiganov
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 58)

Abstract

The positions and widths of the Brillouin scattering components were used in a determination of the velocity and absorption of the longitudinal hypersonic wave of 109–1010 Hz frequency in liquids. The first observations were made of a fine structure in the wing of the Rayleigh line of liquids. The measured separations between the fine structure components were used to determine the velocity of the transverse hypersonic waves and of the shear moduli of nitrobenzene, quinoline, and aniline at 109 Hz. A helium-neon gas laser was used as the excitation source and a Fabry-Perot interferometer as the spectroscopic instrument.

Keywords

Bulk Viscosity Brewster Angle Single Relaxation Time Negative Dispersion Rayleigh Line 
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