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Volume relaxation times in CS 2 ☒CCl 4 mixtures were carried out by means of velocity‐dispersion measurement. The results are interpreted in terms of existing theories concerning the behavior of binary mixtures of unassociated liquids.
The set of integral equations describing the molecular scattering process developed in the previous papers of this series is reformulated as a set of differential equations, in which the coupling is associated with a Hermitian matrix. Exact eigenvectors and eigenvalues of this matrix are...
The 3715‐Å system of benzaldehyde‐ h 6 , ‐ d 1 , and ‐ d 6 has been observed in absorption in the vapor phase. In spite of some diffuseness two band types have been distinguished by their characteristic rotational contours. Bands showing one main peak in the contour belong to the...
Bulk magnetic characteristics of EuAl 2 and EuAl 4 are reported for temperatures ranging from 4°–300°K and for field strengths up to 20 kOe. To evaluate the influence of electron concentration on the magnetic interactions a series of Eu x La 1−x Al 2 alloys, with x x ranging from 0.1 to...
Effective two‐body interaction potentials for elastic and reactive H, H 2 scattering have been constructed from a semiempirical three‐body potential‐energy surface. Two limiting approximations were used; in one, ( V u 0 ) ( V u 0 ) , the molecule is unperturbed by the incoming atom, and in...
Spectral data are presented for three acceptor complexes of trimethylamine and for two of their perdeuteroisotopes over the range 33–4000 cm −1 . Data were taken both at 300° and 83°K over the near‐infrared region. This has allowed a complete assignment of all intramolecular motions and...
Fluorescence and crossover to the triplet state are the only important relaxation paths for toluene excited to the lowest vibrational level of the first singlet state. The fluorescent yield at 2668Å is 0.30 ± 0.07 and this is zero at 2400 Å. The triplet yield (Cundall method) is 0.70 ± 0.03...
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