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Glass forming liquids and polymers: what we learn from statistical physics

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Author(s)

S C. Glotzer, Y Gebremichael, N Lacevic, T B. Schroder, Francis W. Starr

Abstract

We describe the application of statistical mechanical framework, originally developed to describe critical phenonema, to the problem of dynamic criticality associated with the glass transition of various materials.
Citation
Computer Physics Communications

Keywords

correlation length, dynamic heterogeneity, Glass transition

Citation

Glotzer, S. , Gebremichael, Y. , Lacevic, N. , Schroder, T. and Starr, F. (2017), Glass forming liquids and polymers: what we learn from statistical physics, Computer Physics Communications (Accessed April 22, 2024)
Created February 19, 2017