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Nonexponential relaxations in strong and fragile glass formers
Deviations from thermally activated and from exponential response are typical features of the vitrification phenomenon and previously have been studied using viscoelastic, dielectric, calorimetric,Expand
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Viscosity-temperature relations and structure in fully polymerized aluminosilicate melts from ion dynamics simulations
Abstract Results of a series of molecular dynamics simulations indicate that the Al:Si ratio (and to a lesser extent the type of charge-balancing countercation) present in aluminosilicate meltsExpand
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Heat capacity of water at extremes of supercooling and superheating. Technical report
Low temperature heat capacities for water and deuterium oxide have been remeasured using different sample preparation and data analysis procedures from those used in the original studies of thisExpand
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Structural instability and relaxation in liquid and glassy phases near the fragile liquid limit
Abstract We consider two sorts of structural instability of glassy substances, each of which may be released by a relaxation process with its own characteristic relaxation time, and specific kineticExpand
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Water and its anomalies in perspective: Tetrahedral liquids with and without liquid-liquid phase transitions
We show how water with its small proton bridge between tetrahedrally coordinated oxygen centers, forms a provocative series with (i) the archetypal glassformer and strong liquid, SiO2, (ii) theExpand
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Configurational Excitations in Condensed Matter, and the ``Bond Lattice'' Model for the Liquid‐Glass Transition
The characteristics of glasslike transitions in supercooled liquids and plastic crystals are discussed and a nearest neighbor interaction scheme, termed the ``bond lattice'' model, is proposed toExpand
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Glass-forming liquids, anomalous liquids, and polyamorphism in liquids and biopolymers
SummaryGlass formation in nature and materials science is reviewed and the recent recognition of polymorphism within the glassy state, polyamorphism, is discussed. The process by which the glassyExpand
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