X-ray photon correlation spectroscopy is used to study the dynamics of the glass former (Formula presented.) across the glass transition temperature, (Formula presented.). The obtained data confirm that while the structural relaxation drives the density rearrangements in the liquid phase, a beam-induced dynamics is the dominant effect around and below (Formula presented.). The use of a hybrid photon counting detector allows us to obtain high-quality correlation functions with a characteristic decay time down to a second. The characteristic time of the induced dynamics displays a linear dependence on the inverse of the absorbed X-ray power over the whole observed range, i.e. up to powers of 0.2 eV/atom/s. Up to these values, then, an X-ray irradiated (Formula presented.) glass sample explores structurally equivalent configurations on a timescale dictated by the absorbed power.

Probing the dynamics of B2O3 across the glass transition: an X-ray photon correlation spectroscopy study / Martinelli, A.; Baldi, G.; Dallari, F.; Rufflé, B.; Zontone, F.; Monaco, G.. - In: PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE. - ISSN 1478-6435. - 100:20(2020), pp. 2636-2645. [10.1080/14786435.2020.1757172]

Probing the dynamics of B2O3 across the glass transition: an X-ray photon correlation spectroscopy study

Martinelli A.;Baldi G.;Dallari F.;Monaco G.
2020

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X-ray photon correlation spectroscopy is used to study the dynamics of the glass former (Formula presented.) across the glass transition temperature, (Formula presented.). The obtained data confirm that while the structural relaxation drives the density rearrangements in the liquid phase, a beam-induced dynamics is the dominant effect around and below (Formula presented.). The use of a hybrid photon counting detector allows us to obtain high-quality correlation functions with a characteristic decay time down to a second. The characteristic time of the induced dynamics displays a linear dependence on the inverse of the absorbed X-ray power over the whole observed range, i.e. up to powers of 0.2 eV/atom/s. Up to these values, then, an X-ray irradiated (Formula presented.) glass sample explores structurally equivalent configurations on a timescale dictated by the absorbed power.
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Martinelli, A.; Baldi, G.; Dallari, F.; Rufflé, B.; Zontone, F.; Monaco, G.
Probing the dynamics of B2O3 across the glass transition: an X-ray photon correlation spectroscopy study / Martinelli, A.; Baldi, G.; Dallari, F.; Rufflé, B.; Zontone, F.; Monaco, G.. - In: PHILOSOPHICAL MAGAZINE. - ISSN 1478-6435. - 100:20(2020), pp. 2636-2645. [10.1080/14786435.2020.1757172]
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