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Slow dynamics in glassy soft matter
Luca Cipelletti ; Laurence Ramos ;
Date 1 Feb 2005
Journal Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 17 (2005) R253-R285
Subject Soft Condensed Matter | cond-mat.soft
AffiliationUMR 5587), Laurence Ramos (UMR 5587
AbstractMeasuring, characterizing and modelling the slow dynamics of glassy soft matter is a great challenge, with an impact that ranges from industrial applications to fundamental issues in modern statistical physics, such as the glass transition and the description of out-of-equilibrium systems. Although our understanding of these phenomena is still far from complete, recent simulations and novel theoretical approaches and experimental methods have shed new light on the dynamics of soft glassy materials. In this paper, we review the work of the last few years, with an emphasis on experiments in four distinct and yet related areas: the existence of two different glass states (attractive and repulsive), the dynamics of systems very far from equilibrium, the effect of an external perturbation on glassy materials, and dynamical heterogeneity.
Source arXiv, cond-mat/0502024
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