Relationship between local structure and relaxation in out-of-equilibrium glassy systems.

Abstract

The dynamical glass transition is typically taken to be the temperature at which a glassy liquid is no longer able to equilibrate on experimental timescales. Consequently, the physical properties of these systems just above or below the dynamical glass transition, such as viscosity, can change by many orders of magnitude over long periods of time following… (More)
DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1610204114

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