Abstract

The depolarization ratios and line shapes of the Raman lines of benzene and carbon tetrachloride at 992 and 458 cm−1, respectively, have been measured in detail both in the pure-liquid state and in solvents such as cyclohexane and acetone. The lines are narrower in cyclohexane than in the pure-liquid state and all the results can be understood in terms of intermolecular interactions. We have also shown that the depolarization ratio of the benzene 992 cm−1 line is not constant over the line.

© 1968 Optical Society of America

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