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Communications: High-pressure dielectric scaling study of a monohydroxy alcohol
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Glass forming monohydroxy alcohols show an exponential Debye-type dielectric relaxation, which proceeds slower than the structural relaxation.Dielectrichigh-pressuremeasurements of 2-ethyl-1-hexanol reveal that isochronal scaling is violated. Temperature-volume scaling was found to be valid separately for the Debye-type and for the structural relaxation, yielding a scaling exponent of .
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