In recent years the development of the laser source has greatly extended the range of application of Raman spectroscopy. Now, as in the pre-laser era, most Raman studies of ionic solutions are carried out using water as the solvent. However, in many cases the use of nonaqueous solvents
such as NH3, SO2, HCl, etc., is dictated by the nature of the solute. Further-more, interest in fundamental properties of such non-aqueous solvent systems makes even more desirable the development of experimental techniques suitable for the investigation of pressurized
Laboratoire de Spectroscopie Infrarouge, associé au C.N.R.S., Faculté des Sciences de Bordeaux, 33—Talence, France
Publication date: March 1, 1969
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