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Proton-spin-lattice relaxation and self-diffusion in methanes: II. Experimental results for proton-spin-lattice relaxation times
Abstract The proton-spin-lattice relaxation time T 1 has been measured in CH 4 and deuteroderivates and in mixtures of CH 4 and CD 4 , using a spin-echo spectrometer. Both temperature and densityExpand
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Measurements of the viscosity of sulfur hexaflouride up to 100 bar by a capillary-flow viscometer
A new capillary-flow viscometer has been developed for the precise determination of the viscosity of gases in the vicinity of the gas-liquid critical point. An important feature of the viscometer isExpand
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Dynamical computer simulations on hard hyperspheres in four- and five-dimensional space
Abstract Computer simulations have been performed on hard hyperspheres in four- and five-dimensional space. A comparison is made with the behaviour of the three-dimensional system. The fluid-solidExpand
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Effect of pressure on the elastic constants of noble metals from −196 to +25°C and up to 2500 bar: II. Silver and gold
Abstract The effect of pressure on the elastic constants of Ag and Au has been measured from −196 to +25°C and up to 2500 bar using the torsional-bar-resonance technique for the shear constants c44Expand
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Proton-spin-lattice relaxation and self-diffusion in methanes : III. Interpretation of proton-spin-lattice relaxation experiments
Abstract Experimental values for the proton-spin-lattice relaxation time in CH 4 and deuteroderivates and in CH 4 -CD 4 mixtures are used to separate the different contributions to the relaxationExpand
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The viscosity of argon at very high pressure, up to the melting line
Abstract The viscosity of argon has been measured as a function of pressure at 223.15 K, 301.15 K and 323.15 K by means of a vibrating wire viscometer. The measurement of the 223.15 K isotherm hasExpand
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THE VISCOSITY OF ARGON AT PRESSURES UP TO 9 KBAR
ABSTRACT The viscosity of argon has been measured as a function of pressure up to 9 kbar for three different isotherms using a vibrating wire viscometer. At 223.15 K, the isotherm covers the completeExpand
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Phase Transitions in Solid Methane at High Pressure
Methane, in both the solid and the non-condensed phases, plays an important role in the structure of our planets, where extreme conditions of low temperature and high pressure are prevalent. ThisExpand
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