Light-scattering study of the liquid-glass transition in propylene carbonate

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DU, W. M., G. LI, Herman Z. CUMMINS, Matthias FUCHS, J. TOULOUSE, L. A. KNAUSS, 1994. Light-scattering study of the liquid-glass transition in propylene carbonate. In: Physical Review E. 49(3), pp. 2192-2205

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