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Such energy can here only be acquired from translational energy after a lag of about 10 " 6 s , and it is this lag which is responsible for the failure of the vibrational energy to follow the heating and cooling of the adiabatic acoustical cycle. Such lags are known to be responsible for the dispersion of sound in gases—a phenomenon which is much better understood than dispersion in liquids. Ethylene dichloride is probably similar to carbon disulphide but is unusual in showing two regions of thermal dispersion in both gas and liquid states 45 ' 46 ' 57 .
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