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Ultrasonic Absorption in some Mixtures of an Unassociated and an Associated Liquid

Nature volume 166, page 114 (15 July 1950) | Download Citation

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THE difference between classical and experimental values of ultrasonic absorption coefficients in unassociated liquids has generally been ascribed to relaxation phenomena in energy distribution among the internal degrees of freedom of the molecules.

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  1. Istituto Naz. Ultracustica, Rome. Feb. 2.

    • D. SETTE

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