Supercooled Liquids and Glasses
Supercooled liquids and glasses are interesting and complex forms of matter that possess unusual thermodynamic and transport properties. Glasses generally exhibit disordered, but not necessarily liquid-like, structure at the molecular level; however, they display solid-like relaxation dynamics and elastic responses. Supercooled liquids, especially network-formers such as water, exhibit anomalous thermodynamic properties and highly cooperative, non-Arrhenius relaxation dynamics. We welcome papers that address the fundamental understanding and/or practical application of these systems, from either an experimental, theoretical, or computational viewpoint.
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