Relaxation times for the methylene carbon atoms in the aliphatic chains of tetraoctylammonium perchlorate have been measured in different solvents and in the melt. The results have then been interpreted on the basis of a theoretical model which considers the overall rotational diffusion and the internal conformational transitions in flexible chains attached to massive cores.

Rotational diffusion and segmental motions in solutions and melts of tetraoctylammonium perchlorate

FERRARINI, ALBERTA;NORDIO, PIER LUIGI
1988

Abstract

Relaxation times for the methylene carbon atoms in the aliphatic chains of tetraoctylammonium perchlorate have been measured in different solvents and in the melt. The results have then been interpreted on the basis of a theoretical model which considers the overall rotational diffusion and the internal conformational transitions in flexible chains attached to massive cores.
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