Correlations between boson peak strength and characteristics of local segmental relaxation in

Ngai, K.L.; Sokolov, A.
October 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;10/1/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 13, p5268
Academic Journal
Examines the correlation between the strength of the boson peak and the fragility of glass-forming liquids for polymers. Making the correlation more evident for the family of polymers; Shape parameter of the Kohlrausch correlation function of the alpha relaxation; Importance of the connection of the boson peak to glass transition dynamics.


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