Vibrational dynamics and structural relaxation in aqueous electrolyte solutions in the liquid, undercooled liquid and glassy states

@article{Dupuy1992VibrationalDA,
  title={Vibrational dynamics and structural relaxation in aqueous electrolyte solutions in the liquid, undercooled liquid and glassy states},
  author={J. Dupuy and J. Jal and B. Pr{\'e}vel and A. Aouizerat-Elarby and P. Chieux and A. Dianoux and J. Legrand},
  journal={Journal De Physique Iv},
  year={1992},
  volume={02}
}
In very concentrated aqueous electrolyte solutions, the competition between dipolar and ionic forces and most of the system properties, are finely monitored by the concentration. For LiCl, RH 2 O (R being the number of water moles per mole of salt) two domains of concentration exist around even hydration numbers R=6 and R=4, which can be reversibly undercooled from the liquid to the glassy state. At other concentrations, for R<12, metastability is achieved only in a restricted temperature range… Expand
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Onset of the alpha-relaxation in the glass-forming solution LiCl-6H2O revealed by Brillouin scattering techniques.
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The authors' data show that a single-relaxation process exists at high temperature, which has features similar to those of the single relaxation of pure water, and which starts to differentiate two processes, a structural (alpha-) and a secondary (beta-) relaxation. Expand

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