Investigation of Aqueous Nonelectrolyte Solutions by the Spin Echo Method

  • Yu. I. Neronov
  • G. M. Drabkin


Investigation of molecular self-diffusion in solutions can add materially to our knowledge of the structure of water solutions. The spin echo method is one of the most direct procedures for determining self-diffusion.


Triethyl Amine Proton Transfer Infrared Absorption Spectrum Progressive Movement Cold Neutron 
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  • Yu. I. Neronov
  • G. M. Drabkin

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