|Facets of glass physics |
Auteur(s): Berthier L., Ediger Mark d.
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Glasses constitute a widespread form of solid matter, and glass production has been an important human technology for more than 3000 years. Despite that long history, new ways to understand the fundamental physics of glasses continue to emerge.
Commentaires: 13 pages, 5 figures. To appear in the January 2016 issue of Physics Today (in press). Réf Journal: Physics Today 69, 40 (2016)