Catalin Gainaru

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The pressure-temperature phase diagram of ice displays a perplexing variety of structurally distinct phases. In the century-long history of scientific research on ice, the proton-ordered ice phases numbered XIII through XV were discovered only recently. Despite considerable effort, none of the transitions leading from the low-temperature ordered ices VIII,(More)
Dielectric loss spectra of glass forming liquids are analyzed, with emphasis on systems for which a peak due to a secondary relaxation is not immediately obvious. Thus, glass formers are considered for which the high-frequency flank of the alpha-relaxation peak appears to be dominated by a so-called wing contribution. It is shown that even for such(More)
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