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Experimental Investigations of the Thermal and Stimulated Molecular Scattering of Light in Solutions in a Wide Range of Wavelengths

  • I. M. Aref’ev
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 58)

Abstract

Investigations of binary liquid solutions were carried out by light scattering methods. The work was concentrated on three principal topics: 1) measurements of the width of the central component of the scattering spectrum of solutions and determination of diffusion coefficients; 2) measurements of the velocity of hypersound at about 5 GHz and of the dispersion of this velocity in solutions far from and close to the critical solution point; 3) stimulated scattering of light in solutions. The investigations were carried out over the whole spectrum of scattered light, in greater or lesser detail. The spectroscopic apparatus used had a resolving power ~103 to ~4 × 1010. The investigated solutions were: acetone-carbon disulfide; bromoform-normal propyl alcohol; tertiary butyl alcohol-water; triethylamine-water; carbon disulfide-carbon tetrachloride.

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Stimulate Raman Scattering Carbon Disulfide Interdiffusion Coefficient Pure Liquid Stimulate Brillouin Scattering 
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