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Universality of ac conduction in disordered solids
The striking similarity of ac conduction in quite different disordered solids is discussed in terms of experimental results, modeling, and computer simulations. After giving an overview of
Colloquium : The glass transition and elastic models of glass-forming liquids
  • J. Dyre
  • Materials Science
  • 29 September 2006
Basic characteristics of the liquid-glass transition are reviewed, emphasizing its universality and briefly summarizing the most popular phenomenological models. Discussion is focused on a number of
The random free-energy barrier model for ac conduction in disordered solids
A brief review of the history of ac ionic and electronic conduction in disordered solids is given, followed by a detailed discussion of the simplest possible realistic model: the random free‐energy
Little evidence for dynamic divergences in ultraviscous molecular liquids
The physics of the ultraviscous liquid phase preceding glass formation continues to pose major problems that remain unsolved. It is actively debated, for instance, whether the marked increase of the
The glass transition and elastic models of glass-forming liquids
Basic characteristics of the liquid-glass transition are reviewed, emphasizing its universality and briefly summarizing the most popular phenomenological models. Discussion is focused on a number of
Fundamental questions relating to ion conduction in disordered solids
A number of basic scientific questions relating to ion conduction in homogeneously disordered solids are discussed. The questions deal with how to define the mobile ion density, what can be learnt
Time-temperature superposition in viscous liquids.
Dielectric relaxation measurements on supercooled triphenyl phosphite show that time-temperature superposition (TTS) is obeyed for the primary relaxation process at low temperatures. Measurements on
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