Distribution of reorientational times of optically anisotropic molecular liquids from

Ngai, K.L.; Floudas, G.; Rizos, A.K.
May 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;5/1/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 17, p6957
Academic Journal
Discusses the distribution of reorientational times of optically anisotropic molecular liquids from depolarized light-scattering studies. Characteristics of optically anisotropic glass-forming liquids; Analysis of the distribution of relaxation times; Consistency of the light scattering performance with dielectric and shear viscosity.


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