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2013-10-04
2016-09-30

Abstract

R. Richert has made a comment to a paper of ours in which dielectric measures on poly(vinyl acetate) suggest that there is a change in temperature dependence of the temperature shift factors from Vogel-Fulcher-Tammann (VFT) to Arrhenius near to the glass transition temperature. He notes that we made an error in the description of his data and further notes that the data we did not use show a VFT behavior to well below the glass transition. Here we respond to the comment and add additional analysis that suggest that the differences in results are related to the differences between time temperature superposition (TTS) of data and fitting the data with a Kohlrausch, Williams, and Watts function. When TTS is used on the data from Wagner and Richert [Polymer38, 255 (1997)] the change in behavior to Arrhenius-like below T is recovered.

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