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Daniel Markl
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New paper: Evidence for a universal change in hydrogen bonding structure below the glass transition temperature
In our latest paper, just published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, we present data that indicates that the Johari-Goldstein secondary relaxation (which is inter-molecular in nature) is still of significant strength at terahertz frequencies below the glass transition temperature. Intriguingly we found that it disappears at the same relative temperature in all hydrogen bonding samples we studied (0.65 T/Tg).
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Juraj Sibik
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Nicholas Tan
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Axel Zeitler
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