Ultrasonic propagation in liquid neon
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Ultrasonic velocity and attenuation was measured from 25 K to 37 K at pressures to 30 atm. Ultrasonic velocity on the vapor pressure curve is a smooth function of temperature and is significantly larger than reported hypersonic values. Attenuation in excess of the classical value is interpreted in terms of volume viscosity. 1970.
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Larson, E. V., Naugle, D. G., & Adair, T. W.
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Larson, EV||Naugle, DG||Adair, TW
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