# Slowed relaxational dynamics beyond the fluctuation–dissipation theorem

@article{Gregorio2002SlowedRD, title={Slowed relaxational dynamics beyond the fluctuation–dissipation theorem}, author={Paolo De Gregorio and Francesco Sciortino and Piero Tartaglia and Emanuela Zaccarelli and Kenneth A. Dawson}, journal={Physica A-statistical Mechanics and Its Applications}, year={2002}, volume={307}, pages={15-26} }

## 7 Citations

The nature of the colloidal 'glass' transition.

- PhysicsFaraday discussions
- 2003

It is argued that dynamically available volume (DAV) is the relevant order parameter of the transition, and that universal mechanisms may be well expressed in terms of DAV, and the merits of studying the problem with simple lattice models are argued.

Equilibration and aging of dense soft-sphere glass-forming liquids.

- PhysicsPhysical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics
- 2013

The recently developed nonequilibrium extension of the self-consistent generalized Langevin equation theory of irreversible relaxation is applied to the description of the irreversible process of equilibration and aging of a glass-forming soft-sphere liquid that follows a sudden temperature quench, within the constraint that the local mean particle density remains uniform and constant.

Waiting-time dependent non-equilibrium phase diagram of simple glass- and gel-forming liquids.

- Materials ScienceThe Journal of chemical physics
- 2021

It is demonstrated that these non-equilibrium phases and the corresponding non-stationary phase diagrams can indeed be defined and predicted using the kinetic perspective of a novel non-Equilibrium statistical mechanical theory of irreversible processes.

Aging in short-ranged attractive colloids: a numerical study.

- PhysicsThe Journal of chemical physics
- 2004

The aging dynamics in a model for dense simple liquids, in which particles interact through a hard-core repulsion complemented by a short-ranged attractive potential, shows novel unexpected features.

The glass paradigm for colloidal glasses, gels, and other arrested states driven by attractive interactions

- Materials Science
- 2002

Ideal glass in attractive systems with different potentials

- Physics, Mathematics
- 2002

We discuss the ideal glass transition for two types of potential model of attractive colloidal systems, i.e. the square-well system and the Yukawa hard-sphere fluid. We use the framework of the ideal…

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