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Glasslike behaviour in aqueous electrolyte solutions

Turton, David A. and Hunger, J. and Hefter, G. and Buchner, Richard and Wynne, Klaas (2009) Glasslike behaviour in aqueous electrolyte solutions. In: 16th International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena, 2008-06-09 - 2008-06-13.

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Abstract

Ultrafast optical Kerr effect studies and dielectric relaxation spectroscopy applied to the relaxation dynamics of aqueous solutions, resolves the apparent conflicts between viscosity and rotational relaxation, and implies a jamming transition at high concentration.