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Metastable Liquids: Concepts and Principles
Preface and Acknowledgments1Introduction: Metastable Liquids in Nature and Technology12Thermodynamics633Kinetics1474Supercooled Liquids2355Outlook363App. 1Stability of Fluids: Thermodynamic andExpand
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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,Expand
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Supercooled liquids and the glass transition
Glasses are disordered materials that lack the periodicity of crystals but behave mechanically like solids. The most common way of making a glass is by cooling a viscous liquid fast enough to avoidExpand
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Relationship between structural order and the anomalies of liquid water
In contrast to crystalline solids—for which a precise framework exists for describing structure—quantifying structural order in liquids and glasses has proved more difficult because even though suchExpand
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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 theExpand
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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’sExpand
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Particle formation with supercritical fluids—a review
Abstract The rapid expansion of supercritical solutions (RESS) is a new and promising method of particle formation. The distinguishing features of this process are the fast attainment of uniformExpand
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Mutational and computational analysis of the alpha(1b)-adrenergic receptor. Involvement of basic and hydrophobic residues in receptor activation and G protein coupling.
To investigate their role in receptor coupling to G(q), we mutated all basic amino acids and some conserved hydrophobic residues of the cytosolic surface of the alpha(1b)-adrenergic receptor (AR).Expand
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Rapid expansion of supercritical solutions (ress ): fundamentals and applications
Abstract The rapid expansion of supercritical solutions is a promising new technology for particle formation. The absence of liquid organic solvents, the mild processing temperatures, and the purityExpand
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