λ Transition in Liquid Sulfur Studied by Brillouin Scattering
Liquid sulfur was studied by Brillouin scattering from the melting point up to 200°C. Polarized spectra show no evidence of the λ transition. The velocity of sound extracted from the Brillouin spectra agrees with previous ultrasonic measurements. The width of the central line in the depolarized spectra exhibits a maximum near the λ transition temperature; this is in qualitative agreement with the known maximum in viscosity. © 1996 American Chemical Society.
Journal of Physical Chemistry
Alvarenga, A. D.; Grimsditch, M.; Susman, S.; and Rowland, S. Clark, "λ Transition in Liquid Sulfur Studied by Brillouin Scattering" (1996). Faculty Publications. 2567.