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Higher-order glass-transition singularities in colloidal systems with attractive interactions

Higher-order glass-transition singularities in colloidal systems with attractive interactions

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DAWSON, Kenneth A., Giuseppe FOFFI, Matthias FUCHS, Wolfgang GÖTZE, Francesco SCIORTINO, Matthias SPERL, Piero TARTAGLIA, Thomas VOIGTMANN, Emanuela ZACCARELLI, 1999. Higher-order glass-transition singularities in colloidal systems with attractive interactions. In: Physical Review E. 63, 11401

@article{Dawson1999Highe-8933, title={Higher-order glass-transition singularities in colloidal systems with attractive interactions}, year={1999}, doi={10.1103/PhysRevE.63.011401}, volume={63}, journal={Physical Review E}, author={Dawson, Kenneth A. and Foffi, Giuseppe and Fuchs, Matthias and Götze, Wolfgang and Sciortino, Francesco and Sperl, Matthias and Tartaglia, Piero and Voigtmann, Thomas and Zaccarelli, Emanuela}, note={Article Number: 11401} }

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