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Metastable Liquids: Concepts and Principles
Preface and Acknowledgments1Introduction: Metastable Liquids in Nature and Technology12Thermodynamics633Kinetics1474Supercooled Liquids2355Outlook363App. 1Stability of Fluids: Thermodynamic and
Supercooled liquids and the glass transition
Current theoretical knowledge of the manner in which intermolecular forces give rise to complex behaviour in supercooled liquids and glasses is discussed.
Supercooled and glassy water
The anomalous properties of cold and supercooled water, such as the fact that at sufficiently low temperatures it becomes more compressible and less dense when cooled, and more fluid when compressed,
Relationship between structural order and the anomalies of liquid water
This work identifies a structurally anomalous region that encloses the entire range of temperatures and densities for which the anomalous diffusivity and thermal expansion coefficient of water are observed, and enables us to quantify the degree of structural order needed for these anomalies to occur.
Supercritical fluids : fundamentals and applications
Fluids in the approximate range of temperature and pressure 1 to 1.1 and 1 to 2, respectively (referred to critical conditions) are commonly called supercritical. The thermophysical properties in the
Supercooled and glassy water
Cold, noncrystalline states play an important role in understanding the physics of liquid water. From recent experimental and theoretical investigations, a coherent interpretation of water’s
This research effort aimed at developing products oriented (alcohols and SNG) catalysts loaded on a γ-Al2O3 support. The primary objective was to model catalysts that are selective to alcohols or SNG
Signatures of distinct dynamical regimes in the energy landscape of a glass-forming liquid
Most materials attain a glassy state at low temperatures under suitable methods of preparation. This state exhibits the mechanical properties of a solid, but shows microscopic structural disorder,. A