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Soft Matter under Exogenic Impacts

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    Chapter 1 Asteroid impact in the black sea; a black scenario
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    Chapter 2 The conductivity of hydrogen in extreme conditions
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    Chapter 3 Dynamic crossover and liquid-liquid critical point in the TIP5P model of water
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    Chapter 4 Amorphization of ice by collapse under pressure, vibrational properties, and ultraviscous water at 1 GPa
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    Chapter 5 Coupled ordering in soft matter: competition of mesoscales and dynamics of coupled fluctuations
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    Chapter 6 All standard theories and models of glass transition appear to be inadequate: missing some essential physics
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    Chapter 7 Positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy and atomistic modeling – effective tools for the disordered condensed systems characterization
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    Chapter 8 Segmental and chain dynamics in polymers
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    Chapter 9 Isobaric and isochoric properties of glass-formers
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    Chapter 10 Influence of Differences in Molecular structure on Behavior of and β Relaxation Processes in Diisooctyl Maleate
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    Chapter 11 Orientationally disordered glassy phases
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    Chapter 12 Glassy dynamics of rod-like liquid crystals: the influence of molecular structure
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    Chapter 13 Ordering effect on dynamics in glass-forming mixture of liquid crystals
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    Chapter 14 Nonlinear dielectric spectroscopy near smectic A-smectic C* transition in ferroelectric liquid crystal DOBAMBC
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    Chapter 15 Confined liquid crystaline 5CB in 2D Thermodynamic Space – Preliminary Dielectric Relaxation Study
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    Chapter 16 Annihilation of defects in liquid crystals
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    Chapter 17 Waves at the nematic-isotropic interface: nematic-non-nematic and polymer-nematic mixtures
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    Chapter 18 Global phase behavior of supercritical water – environmentally significant organic chemicals mixtures
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    Chapter 19 Properties of water near its critical point
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    Chapter 20 Fluctuational equation of state and slopes of critical curves near the critical point of solvent
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    Chapter 21 Combined models of thermophysical properties along the coexistence curve
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    Chapter 22 Intermolecular potential for simple liquids and gases in the high pressure region
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    Chapter 23 Homogeneous nucleation and growth from highly supersaturated vapor by molecular dynamics simulation
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    Chapter 24 How to generate and measure negative pressure in liquids?
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    Chapter 25 Indirect methods to study liquid-liquid miscibility in binary liquids under negative pressure
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    Chapter 26 Critical properties of soft matter at restricted geometry as emerging problem: fundamentals and biological applications
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    Chapter 27 Water-biomolecule systems under extreme conditions: from confinement to pressure effects
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    Chapter 28 Soft Matter under Exogenic Impacts
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    Chapter 29 Self-assembly of polypeptides. The effect of thermodynamic confinement
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    Chapter 30 Coulomb liquids under electric field – application of a new computer simulation method
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    Chapter 31 Solvation effects in near-critical polar fluids
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Soft Matter under Exogenic Impacts
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ADS, June 2007
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4020-5872-1
978-1-4020-5871-4, 978-1-4020-5872-1

Rzoska, Sylwester J., Mazur, Victor A.

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