|Title:||Dynamic thermal expansivity near the glass transition|
|Abstract:||Dielectric techniques were used to investigate the thermal expansivity of polystyrene films. Capacitive scanning dilatometry (CSD) employs temperature ramping in order to monitor the non-linear structural relaxation in the glass transformation range and to quantify liquid fragility. In the linear response regime, the complex thermal expansivity is obtained as a function of the temperature cycling frequency and is observed to reflect the structural relaxation.|
|Citation:||Bauer, C.; Richert, R.; Böhmer, R.; Christensen, T.: Dynamic thermal expansivity near the glass transition. In: Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids - Letter Nr. 1-3, Jg. 262(2000), S. 276-281.|
|Appears in Collections:||Böhmer, Roland Prof. Dr.|
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