Atomic Physics and Related Subjects.: Communications to Nature.: Raman Effect for Solutions of Sulphur Dioxide

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STUDIES of the Raman effect for hydrogen chloride and for ammonia as gases, as liquids, and in aqueous solution have been made by various investigators. With ammonia, the same modified line appears in all three cases. Hydrogen chloride reveals the same scattered line; in the liquid and gaseous states, but, as is to be expected, not in aqueous solution.

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