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The Helmholtz resonance condition is defined as the complex frequency FH ¼ fH þ ig for which D1 ¼ 0, where fH is the measured resonance frequency and g is the resonance half width. [2g is defined as the fullwidth at half-maximum of the energy response function. ] The acoustic pressure for the Helmholtz mode is an odd function of distance from the resonator’s mid-plane, so there is a pressure node at the entrance to the capillary; therefore the resonance frequency and the line shape for the Helmholtz mode are independent of Zc.
Therefore, the larger deviations resulted from diﬀerences in the concentrations of impurities in our gases and the gases used for the literature studies. View Online Acoustic Techniques for Measuring Transport Properties of Gases . 1 11 Summary of gases studied using a Greenspan viscometer. The temperature range DT, maximum pressure Pmax, and publication reference are listed for each compound. Mixture components are specified as mole fraction. 6 a,b,c a,b,c a a d a,b,c c c e c e a,b,c b c b,c b b,c c a J.