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2003, 24, 906, Figure 4, Copyright 2003, with kind permission from Springer Science and Business Media. Measurement Examples and Data Evaluation In the following, some typical correlation functions are shown and their evaluations for the central quantities decay rate or correlation time and frequency is discussed. e. damping G(¼1/tC) and frequency oq, with the thermophysical properties viscosity, density, and surface tension or interfacial tension, never allow their determination with low uncertainty.
3 Thermal Conductivity In principle, the thermal conductivity of dilute gases can be deduced from the widths of the radially-symmetric acoustic modes of a spherical or nearly spherical (‘‘quasi-spherical’’), gas-filled cavity of known radius a. For such modes, the half-width is a sum of three terms: ! 14), accounts for heat exchange between the wall of the cavity and the gas; the second term accounts for attenuation of sound throughout the volume of the cavity; the third term accounts for mechanical losses, and we have assumed the bulk viscosity z 0.
1 This diﬃculty is strongly enhanced in the vicinity of the critical point, where induced gradients may make any measurement impossible. An approach to overcome these limitations is the application of light scattering techniques. These methods make use of microscopic fluctuations, which are related to diﬀusive processes and thus to the transport properties to be measured. The main advantages of light scattering techniques can be summarized as follows. Measurements may be performed in or close to thermodynamic equilibrium, almost without any input of energy.