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Raman Cell for Corrosive Liquids

Volume 21, Number 1 (Feb. 1967) Page 43-44

Arighi, L.S.; Evans, M.V.

This paper describes a Raman cell which has proved to be satisfactory for studying extremely reactive substances—for example, iodine pentafluoride and iodine heptafluoride. Other workers who have studied samples which are reactive to glass or quartz have relied upon the use of conventional cylindrical tubes made of more resistant glasses, such as aluminum phosphate or translucent thin-wall tubes of Kel-F. We have constructed a cell, which is shown in partially exploded view in Fig. 1.