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Note: Effects of adding a viscosity-increasing 2 nm-size molecule on dielectric relaxation features and the dynamic heterogeneity view
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15.In a subsequently submitted review, M. D. Ediger and P. Harrowell [J. Chem. Phys. 137, 080901 (2012)] wrote: “This chemically-induced heterogeneity can combine with dynamic heterogeneity to produce average mobilities for different species that have different temperature dependences.156–160”
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