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Austin, R. Cammi, C. W. L. Martin, K. G. A. Voth, P. J. Dannenberg, S. D. Daniels, O. B. V. Ortiz, J. J. 02, Gaussian Inc, Wallingford CT (2009) Chapter 4 Unbranched n-Alkanes In this chapter, the Raman spectroscopic investigation of n-alkane self-solvation will be presented. To support the later analysis, the first section discusses the conformational isomerism of n-alkanes in general and addresses the question to which temperature alkanes must be cooled to work out low-energy conformations. 2 outlines the vibrational degrees of freedom of unbranched n-alkanes to facilitate the assignment of Raman jet spectra.
7, ruled grating with 1200 grooves/mm. -Ing. K. com/products/software/ (16 September 2013) by PID controllers. A ≈ 3 m long polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE or Teflon®) coated hose is used to pre-heat the carrier gas before it enters the saturator. The reservoir does not store the carrier gas/substance mixture in the heated version, because a uniform temperature control would be very demanding for this rather large object, but carrier gas additives, such as argon or tetrafluoromethane (see below) can be mixed to the carrier gas over additional couplings on the reservoir, controlled by magnetic valves and an oscilloscope to monitor opening times.
Mixtures of shorter alkanes were prepared with the glass saturator or prior to the measurement in a vacuum line. 1 mbar. 5 shows the temperatures necessary to reach these vapor pressures for n = 13–20  and emphasizes the need for a preparation above room temperature. 0 bar, mole fractions were in the per mille region—a compromise between sufficient signalto-noise ratio and minimized cluster formation, which are both favored at higher concentrations. Occasionally, the temperature was re-adjusted to balance variations in the mole fraction.