Orientational correlations and hydrogen bonding in liquid hydrogen chloride

Andreani, C.; Ricci, M.A.; Nardone, M.; Ricci, F.P.; Soper, A.K.
July 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;7/1/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p214
Academic Journal
Presents neutron diffraction data of hydrogen isotope in hydrogen chloride. Orthobric hydrogen chloride at two state points; Site-site radial distribution functions derived from the data; Comparison of the measured hydrogen-hydrogen and chlorine-hydrogen radial distribution functions.


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