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Colloquium : The Glass Transition And Elastic Models Of Glass-forming Liquids

J. Dyre
Published 2006 · Physics

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Basic characteristics of the liquid-glass transition are reviewed, emphasizing its universality and briefly summarizing the most popular phenomenological models. Discussion is focused on a number of alternative models which one way or the other connect the fast and slow degrees of freedom of viscous liquids. It is shown that all these ``elastic'' models are equivalent in the simplest approximation.
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