Second-harmonic scattering in aqueous urea solutions: evidence for solute clusters?

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Measurements of second-harmonic scattering (SHS) from concentrated aqueous solutions of urea are reported for the first time using scanning microscopy. SHS signal was measured as a function of solution concentration (C) over a range of saturation conditions from undersaturated (S = 0.15) to supersaturated (5 = 1.86), where S = C/C(sat) and C(sat) is the… (More)

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@article{Ward2013SecondharmonicSI, title={Second-harmonic scattering in aqueous urea solutions: evidence for solute clusters?}, author={Martin R. Ward and Stanley W Botchway and Andrew D. Ward and Andrew J Alexander}, journal={Faraday discussions}, year={2013}, volume={167}, pages={441-54} }