Light Scattering of Water, Deuterium Oxide, and Other Pure Liquids

@inproceedings{Cohen1965LightSO,
  title={Light Scattering of Water, Deuterium Oxide, and Other Pure Liquids},
  author={G{\'e}rald Cohen and Henryk Eisenberg},
  year={1965}
}
The Rayleigh ratio and the Cabannes factor for water, deuterium oxide, and a number of other pure liquids were determined at 25°C, at angles of observation ranging from 30° to 150°, at 546 and 436 mμ. It was found that the Rayleigh ratio of water is substantially lower than the values reported in the literature; the values found by us Ru546(90)=0.865 10−6 cm−1, Ru436(90)=2.32 10−6 cm−1 for H2O, and Ru436(90)=0.843×10−6 cm−1, Ru436(90)=2.30 10−6 cm−1 for D2O are in excellent agreement with the… CONTINUE READING