The dynamic structure factor for the solution of at and . Experimental data: open circles. Relaxing cage model fit curve: solid line, jump diffusion model fitting curve: dashed line.
Plots of the translational relaxation time and the translational stretched exponent for the relaxing cage model as a function of for pure water (open circles) and the solution of (closed circles) at .
The dependence of the inverse of the averaged translational relaxation time for the relaxing cage model for pure water (open circles) and the solution of (closed circles) at . Solid line shows the relation of , where for pure water.
The plot of diffusion coefficient as a function of derived by the relaxing cage model (open circles) and the jump diffusion model (closed circles) and that reported by Hawlicka and Grabowski (Ref. 24) (open triangles). The plot of as a function of is also drawn (inset).
The root-mean-square displacement as a function of .
Averaged translational relaxation time and stretched exponent as a function of .
The fraction of hydrophobic hydration water molecules, , for the -propyl alcohol aqueous solution of the composition derived by the procedure of our previous paper (Ref. 3).
Comparison of the values of diffusion coefficients for pure water at derived from two models of present study with those reported by other investigators (Refs. 19–23).
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