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19) for the bulk phases, one has a contribution Jda,-, due to flow from the bulk regions into or away from the surface of discontinity and a contribution -w:d- due to the fact that the moving surface of discontinuity “scoops up” material on one side and leaves material behind on the other side. 22) This condition expresses the fact that the excess current in a reference frame moving with the surface of discontinuity flows along the dividing surface. Although the validity of this condition is intuitively clear, the above derivation shows that it is also a necessary condition in the context of the above description.

484 A. This relatively large value can be attributed to the transverse vibrations of the hydrogen atom across the hydrogen bond. It is worth noting that this result is independent of the fitting procedure because it is obtained from the integrated area under the quasi-elastic peak. -H. CHEN AND J. 05 8” I 500 ‘ 1000 L Figure 16. Results of QENS from water at -5°C for three dBerent values of Q. The experimentalpoints are within the thickness of the solid lines, which represent the best fits. The dashed lines represent the resolution functions.

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