Results of an Experimental Study of the Spectrum of Depolarized Scattered Light in Low-Viscosity Liquids
We studied the spectral intensity distribution of the light scattered by dipolar liquids (toluene, chloroform, acetic acid) and nondipolar liquids (carbon disulfide, benzene, and carbon tetrachloride) characterized by different physicochemical properties, the molecules of which differed from each other in shape, size, and moment of inertia. The character of the intensity distribution in the wing was the same for all these, although the width and extent of the wing differed for each liquid.
KeywordsInternal Friction Translational Motion Carbon Disulfide Remote Region Remote Part
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