Determination of the Velocity and Absorption of Hypersound in Liquids from the Width of and Spacing between the Mandelshtam-Brillouin Components
The new source of light provided by the gas laser offered the possibility of greatly improving the technology of studying the spectrum of scattered light. Not only did it become possible to measure the velocity of hypersound more accurately, but even the absorption of hypersound, hitherto impossible to measure, became susceptible to measurement.
KeywordsRelaxation Time Methylene Chloride Carbon Tetrachloride Carbon Disulfide Thermal Relaxation
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