By Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice
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2THz. The two side bands are weak but visible, and can be deconvolved from the data by using a generalized hydrodynamic expression. 8 THz. Taken from reference 63. ment were the following: 1. 8. 2. The damping is shown to be much smaller than the value extrapolated to this Q range from the ordinary sound data. -H. CHEN AND J. TEIXEIRA 38 3. 66 E. Depolarized Light Scattering In depolarized light-scattering experiments the important molecular quantity is the polarizability. The polarizability is a three-dimensional tensor and its antisymmetric part gives rise to the depolarized light scattering.
One may also show that the gradient of 6" is normal to the dividing surface? 17) These formulas make it possible to analyze the balance equation for d in more detail. In particular, we are interested in the precise form of the balance equation for the excess density d". 17) leads to the following more detailed formula for the balance of d : The first two terms in this formula describe the balance in the bulk 54 D. 20) where the subscript - indicates the difference of the corresponding quantity in the bulk phases from one side of the surface of discontinuity to the other; thus and similarly for Jd,,,-.
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Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 64 by Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice