Effect of mixing and spatial dimension on the glass transition

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HAJNAL, David, Joseph M. BRADER, Rolf SCHILLING, 2009. Effect of mixing and spatial dimension on the glass transition. In: Physical Review / E. 80(2), 21503

@article{Hajnal2009Effec-8867, title={Effect of mixing and spatial dimension on the glass transition}, year={2009}, doi={10.1103/PhysRevE.80.021503}, number={2}, volume={80}, journal={Physical Review / E}, author={Hajnal, David and Brader, Joseph M. and Schilling, Rolf}, note={Article Number: 21503} }

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