Multiple Glassy State in a Simple Model System


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PHAM, K. N., Antonio M. PUERTAS, Johan BERGENHOLTZ, Stefan Ulrich EGELHAAF, A. MOUSSAID, Peter N. PUSEY, Andrew B. SCHOFIELD, Michael E. CATES, Matthias FUCHS, Wilson C. K. POON, 2002. Multiple Glassy State in a Simple Model System. In: Science. 296, pp. 104-106

@article{Pham2002Multi-4906, title={Multiple Glassy State in a Simple Model System}, year={2002}, doi={10.1126/science.1068238}, volume={296}, journal={Science}, pages={104--106}, author={Pham, K. N. and Puertas, Antonio M. and Bergenholtz, Johan and Egelhaaf, Stefan Ulrich and Moussaid, A. and Pusey, Peter N. and Schofield, Andrew B. and Cates, Michael E. and Fuchs, Matthias and Poon, Wilson C. K.} }

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