## Glass, Volume 1 |

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Hence the light scattering

only density fluctuations . Equation ( 51 ) shows that the concentration derivative

of û can be obtained from the Landau - Placzek ratio , and from ( ad / Oc ) , p and

...

Hence the light scattering

**spectrum**for a binary mixture will reduce to one withonly density fluctuations . Equation ( 51 ) shows that the concentration derivative

of û can be obtained from the Landau - Placzek ratio , and from ( ad / Oc ) , p and

...

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Results Discussion A . Rayleigh and Brillouin Scattering from Simple Glasses at

300 K The Rayleigh - Brillouin

singlecomponent glass such as SiO2 ( Homosil ) will be treated in full detail with

respect to the ...

Results Discussion A . Rayleigh and Brillouin Scattering from Simple Glasses at

300 K The Rayleigh - Brillouin

**spectrum**at room temperature for asinglecomponent glass such as SiO2 ( Homosil ) will be treated in full detail with

respect to the ...

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Experimental ESR derivative

noisy trace ) . The dashed curve is the experimental

polycrystalline Na2O2 on the same scale . The dotted line is a computer

simulation to the ...

Experimental ESR derivative

**spectrum**of Oz in an amorphous peroxyborate (noisy trace ) . The dashed curve is the experimental

**spectrum**of 02 - inpolycrystalline Na2O2 on the same scale . The dotted line is a computer

simulation to the ...

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