Study of Molecular Dynamics of Condensed States of a Substance by Spectroscopy

  • Sh. Otajonov Department of Physics, National University of Uzbekistan
  • B. Eshchanov Department of Physics, National University of Uzbekistan
  • A. Isamatov Department of Physics, National University of Uzbekistan
Keywords: orientation spectroscopy, molecular scattering of light, orientational motion of molecules in liquids, anisotropic molecules, relaxation mechanism, relaxation time, fluctuation

Abstract

This work is a logical continuation of our studies [1, 2] and devoted to studying the dependence of molecular interactions of toluene and aniline within the wide range of frequencies. As a result of the statistical treatment of the far parts of the depolarized component spectrum of molecular scattering, it has been shown that the best approximation corresponds to a Gaussian.

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Published
2018-10-19
How to Cite
Otajonov, S., Eshchanov, B., & Isamatov, A. (2018). Study of Molecular Dynamics of Condensed States of a Substance by Spectroscopy. Ukrainian Journal of Physics, 59(3), 254. https://doi.org/10.15407/ujpe59.03.0254
Section
Optics, lasers, and quantum electronics