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Variation of the molar volume with the temperature and the Pippard relations near the melting point in benzene
In this study, we calculate variation of the molar volume with the temperature at constant pressures (70.5, 85.2, 128 and 175.2 MPa) using the experimental data from the literature for the solid and liquid phases of benzene ...
Molar volume calculated at various pressures and the Pippard relations close to the melting point in benzene
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
The molar volume of solid and liquid benzene was calculated at various pressures (at constant temperatures), and the Pippard relations were examined close to the melting point in this organic molecule. The molar volume ...
Calculation of the Raman frequencies as a function of pressure in the solid phases II and III (III’) of benzene
We calculate here the Raman frequencies of the lattice modes A(Ag), B(B2g) and C(B1gB3g) as a function of pressure at room temperature for the solid phases (II, III and III’) of benzene. This calculation is performed using ...
Calculation of the Raman frequencies as a function of temperature in phase I of benzene
(Journal of Indian Chemical Society, 2013)
This study gives our calculation of the Raman frequencies of the lattice modes A (A1g), B (AgB2g) and C (B1gB3g) as a function of temperature at constant pressures of 0, 1.4 and 3.05 GPa for the solid phase I of benzene. ...
Raman frequencies calculated at various pressures in phase I of benzene
(KCS Publications, 2013)
We calculate in this study the pressure dependence of the frequencies for the Raman modes of A (Ag), B (Ag, B2g) and C (B1g, B3g) at constant temperatures of 274 and 294K (room temperature) for the solid phase I of benzene. ...