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A, 1974, 10, 1311. 23/06/2014 08:00:55. 1 Introduction to Optical Methods ¨ BA AND STEFAN WILL ANDREAS PAUL FRO This chapter is devoted to the measurement of transport properties by optical methods, in particular by light scattering methods that are either newly developed or have significantly progressed with respect to a reduction of uncertainty or application. All these methods are based on the analysis of light scattering caused by equilibrium, non-equilibrium or induced fluctuations. 1 This difficulty is strongly enhanced in the vicinity of the critical point, where induced gradients may make any measurement impossible.

The reduced frequency S can be represented to a first-order approximation by pffiffiffiffi S1;2 % Æ i Y À 1 (2:5) or S1 % ÀY and S2 % À0:45; (2:6) for an oscillatory or over-damped decay of surface waves, respectively. 2 by dashed lines. 6) (shown with a dashed black line - - -). View Online 26 Chapter 2 23/06/2014 08:00:55. 1039/9781782625254-00019 the dynamics of surface waves when either Yc1 or Y{1. For intermediate values of Y, however, the dynamics of surface waves can no longer be described with sufficient certainty by the first-order approximation.

For the observation of scattered light within the irradiation plane and View Online 23/06/2014 08:00:55. 68 ¨ba and A. Leipertz, Accurate Determination of Reprinted from A. P. Fro Liquid Viscosity and Surface Tension Using Surface Light Scattering (SLS): Toluene under Saturation Conditions between 260 K and 380 K, Int. J. , 2003, 24, 898, Figure 1, Copyright 2003, with kind permission from Springer Science and Business Media. e. kIDkS), the modulus of the scattering vector is given by kS0 j D 2kI sinðYS = 2Þcosðe À YS = 2Þ q ¼ j~ kI0 À ~ ¼ 4pn sinðYS = 2Þcosðe À YS = 2Þ; l0 (2:1) where n is the fluid refractive index and l0 is the laser wavelength in vacuum.

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