|Title:||Dielectric relaxation in supercooled 1-propanol|
|Abstract:||By combining time- and frequency-domain techniques, the dielectric response of 1-propanol has been measured in a spectral range covering eleven decades. In particular it has been demonstrated that the dielectric loss due to the main relaxation in 1-propanol exhibits the Debye width up to timescales of 1000 s. In order to extend the range in which the dynamics of propanol can be exploited to high temperatures, conductivity relaxation due to ionic impurities has been used. The occurrence of high-frequency relaxation processes has been studied in both isomers of propanol. It is shown that the 1-propanol data yield a master curve in a previously suggested scaling representation. However, owing to the presence of the high-frequency excitations, no agreement with the universal scaling form is obtained.|
|Citation:||Schiener, B.; Böhmer, R.: Dielectric relaxation in supercooled 1-propanol. In: Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids Nr. 1-2, Jg. 182(1995), S. 180-185, doi: 10.1016/0022-3093(94)00581-8.|
|Appears in Collections:||Böhmer, Roland Prof. Dr.|
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