Using an x-ray spectrometer similar to that used by G. W. Stewart, experiments are being carried out on the effect of varying temperature on liquid scattering, temperatures varying from room temperature to near the boiling points being used. To date, two liquids, cyclohexane (27°C and 83.5°C) and heptyl (heptylic) acid (28° C and 193° C) have been examined. Results and conclusions are as follows.
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Skinner, E. W.
"Diffraction of X-Rays in Liquids: Effect of Temperature,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 36(1), 306-307.
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