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Aleksandra Drozd-Rzoska

Institute of High Pressure Physics - Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Title: The impact of pressure on dynamic properties in glass forming systems


Biography: Aleksandra Drozd-Rzoska


In glass forming systems, including low molecular weight liquids, resins and polymers,  the increase of pressure (P) most often increases that glass temperature (Tg), i.e. dTg/dP>0 notwithstanding, there is a notable minority of systems where the opposite behavior takes place, i.e. dTg/dP<0 This contribution presents the uniform way of portraying both mentioned cases,  indicating that the maximum of Tg(P) may be a general feature although it can be hidden in the negative pressures domain or under extreme pressures Subsequently, the issue of the isothermal, pressure parameterization of viscosity (h(P)), relaxation time (t (P)), electric conductivity (s(P)), …in the previtreous domain is addressed First, the generalized pressure counterpart of the Vogel-Fulcher-Tamman (VFT), able to penetrate also into negative pressures domain, is discussed Second, the preference for the critical like description for some glass formers (including selected polymers) is shown  Finally,  the new explanation for the puzzling problem of the inflection phenomenon for previtreous effects of mentioned properties (h(P), t(P)), s(P)) is presented. The discussion is supported by experimental dependences obtained via the broad band dielectric spectroscopy studies up to extreme 22 GPa We stress the significance of results obtained for the  fundamental insight into the glass transition phenomenon,  considered as one of grand challenges of contemporary physics, and also for variety of applications – including ones dealing with ‘plastics’/polymers and foods packaging.