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Modelling of swelling by the fluorescence technique in kappa carrageenan gels
(American Institute of PhysicsAIP Conference Proceedings, 2011)
Kappa (-) carrageenan gels prepared with various carrageenan concentrations in pure water were completely dried and then swelled in water vapor. Steady state fluorescence measurements were performed using a spectrometer ...
Pressure effect on the cholesteric – smectic A transition in cholestryl myristate
(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
Cholesteryl myristate exhibits tricritical behavior under high pressures close to its cholesteric-smectic A (Ch/SA) transition, as observed experimentally. We study here the thermodynamic properties of this liquid crystal ...
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. ...