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How to study microemulsions
The application of various experimental techniques for studying the properties of ternary mixtures H 2 O-oil-nonionic amphiphile is demonstrated. Based on detailed knowledge of the phase behavior, in… Expand
Ultrasonic measurements with milliliter liquid samples in the 0.5-100 MHz range.
A resonator and a pulse method for relative ultrasonic absorption measurements in liquids from about 0.5 to 100 MHz are described and discussed. Due to the small sample volumes needed (around 1 ml)… Expand
Ultrasonic velocity measurements in liquids with high resolution—techniques, selected applications and perspectives
Acoustical velocity measurements using continuous waves, pulse modulated signals and sharp pulses are summarized. Expand
Molecular Dynamics and Kinetics of Monosaccharides in Solution. A Broadband Ultrasonic Relaxation Study
Between 100 kHz and 2 GHz ultrasonic absorption spectra have been measured for aqueous solutions of d-galactose, d-mannose, d-glucose, d-arabinose, d-ribose, d-lyxose, and d-xylose, as well as of t...
Model calculations for ultrasonic plate-liquid-plate resonators : peak frequency shift by liquid density and velocity variations
- F. Eggers
- 1 June 1997
Ultrasonic resonators - consisting of the liquid sample, enclosed by two planar piezoelectric transducer plates - permit a direct and accurate determination of liquid sound velocities at kilohertz… Expand
Ultrasonic Broadband Spectrometry of Liquids: A Research Tool in Pure and Applied Chemistry and Chemical Physics
Thermodynamics and kinetics of base-stacking interactions.
The thermodynamics and kinetics of the self-association of N6, N9-dimethyladenine has been studied as a model system for base stacking. Molal osmotic coefficients have been determined by vapor… Expand
Broad-band ultrasonic measurement techniques for liquids
Various methods for broad-band ultrasonic absorption and velocity measurements in liquids, using CW and pulsed signals, are reviewed. Several different ultrasonic spectrometric techniques are… Expand
ULTRASONIC VELOCITY AND ATTENUATION MEASUREMENTS IN LIQUIDS WITH RESONATORS, EXTENDING THE MHZ FREQUENCY-RANGE
- F. Eggers
- Materials Science
- 1 June 1992
Structure and dynamic properties of ion-specific antibiotics.