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Volume 344, 2021International Scientific and Practical Conference “Modern Problems and Directions of Development of Metal Science and Heat Treatment of Metals and Alloys, Dedicated to the Memory of Academician A. A. Baykov” (MPM 2021)
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On the influence of clustering processes in the liquid structure on Raman scattering
Southwest State University, 305040 Kursk, Russia
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A mathematical relation has been obtained that makes it possible to calculate the polarizability of a polyatomic molecule in the structure of a cluster. It is shown that the scattered frequencies in the Raman effect are proportional to the square root of the number of particles in the most probable (or average) cluster in the liquid structure. The appearance of frequencies in the far part of the Raman spectrum region is caused by the processes of intermolecular interactions in clusters and the processes of disintegration or formation of cluster systems in the structure of disordered condensed media. According to the proposed model and experimental data in the frequency range 20–1300 cm-1, it has been carried out the comparison of the values of the calculated frequencies of the Raman spectrum and their mutual position, which has shown the adequacy of the proposed model. The cluster model of liquid structure and the methods of mathematical statistics and statistical thermodynamics make it possible to expand the capabilities of the classical theory of Raman scattering in liquids and to predict the position of spectral bands in Raman spectra in the far long-wavelength region of the spectrum. It is revealed that the formation and breakdown of the most probable clusters is associated with the correlations of the most stable clusters (in terms of the number of particles) in a condensed medium with the Fibonacci numbers.
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