Hydrogen bond induced nonmonotonic composition behavior of the glass transition in aqueous binary mixtures.


The glass transition temperature, T(g), of a binary mixture commonly varies monotonically between the T(g)s of its two components. However, mixtures of strongly associating liquids can instead exhibit a nonmonotonic T(g) variation. The origins of such nonideal mixing behavior have often been correlated with composition dependent structural variations. For… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/jp2024186


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