Abstract

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 NH<sub>3</sub>, SO<sub>2</sub>, 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 liquids.

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