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Orientational dynamics of molten 2[Ca(NO3)2]-3[KNO3] measured by time-resolved optical Kerr effect

Year: 1992

Authors: Ricci M., Torre R., Foggi P., Righini R.

Autors Affiliation: Univ of Florence, Florence, Italy

Abstract: Femtosecond time-resolved OKE has been used to investigate the glass-forming molten salt 2[Ca(NO3)2]3[KNO3] in the temperature range 110-350 C. Two different dynamics have been observed. Both of them are interpreted as due to rotations of the NO3 – ion.

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KeyWords: Microstructure; Molten materials; Optical properties; Relaxation processes; Thermal effects; Viscosity, Femtosecond time resolved optical Kerr effect; Glass forming molten salts; Orientational dynamics, Salts
DOI: 10000000000

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