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Response to “Comment on ‘Third order susceptibilities in supercooled liquids and the “box model” theory versus experiments’” [J. Chem. Phys.140, 247101 (2014)]
3. R. Böhmer and G. Diezemann, in Broad Band Dielectric Spectroscopy, edited by F. Kremer and A. Schönhals (Springer, Berlin, 2003).
6.For the PC calculation of Δ(t) reported here, by construction, φE = 0 while it is the polarization which is used for S(t) in Eq. (1). Thus, δ(t) is simply equal to φP(t) + π/2, the subscript P standing here for polarization.
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Dielectric Hole Burning experiments aim at understanding the liquid-glass transition through the exploration of the dynamics of the third order polarization of the dynamical heterogeneities when they are subjected to a sinusoidal electric field. The box model proposes a non-trivial explanation of this dynamics which needs to be carefully compared with the experimental data. In the previous Comment, Samanta et al. criticized the use of a new test of this model, stressing that its result was obvious and unrelated to the box model. We show that this test is by no mean trivial and that its results are only in qualitative agreement with experiments.
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