The doppler effect in light scattered by liquds - Part I. Variation with temperature
The influence of temperature on the nature of the Doppler effect in light scattered by liquids has been examined and it is found that in the case of carbon tetrachloride at 70°C. the Doppler components become fainter and broader merging with the central undisplaced component which brightens up in intensity. At the temperature of melting ice, the Doppler components become sharper and move away from the central component.