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Broadband dielectric spectroscopy is a powerful technique for understanding the dynamics in supercooled liquids. It generates information about the timescale of the orientational motions of molecular dipoles within the liquid. However, dynamics of liquids measured in the non-linear response regime has recently become an area of significant interest, because additional information can be obtained compared with linear response measurements. The first part of this thesis describes nonlinear dielectric relaxation experiments performed on various molecular glass forming-liquids, with an emphasis on the response at high frequencies (excess wing). A significant nonlinear dielectric effect (NDE) was found to persist in these modes, …
- Samanta, Subarna, Richert, Ranko, Steimle, Timothy, et al.
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Carbon lacks an extended polyanionic chemistry which appears restricted to carbides with C4-, C22-, and C34- moieties. The most common dimeric anion of carbon atoms is C22- with a triple bond between the two carbon atoms. Compounds containing the dicarbide anion can be regarded as salts of acetylene C2H2 (ethyne) and hence are also called acetylides or ethynides. Inspired by the fact that molecular acetylene undergoes pressure induced polymerization to polyacetylene above 3.5 GPa, it is of particular interest to study the effect of pressure on the crystal structures of acetylides as well. In this work, pressure induced polymerization was …
- Konar, Sumit, Häussermann, Ulrich, Seo, Dong, et al.
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