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2016-09-30

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In our recent paper [C. Hermansen, J. C. Mauro, and Y.-Z. Yue, J. Chem. Phys. , 154501 (2014)], we applied temperature-dependent constraint theory to model the glass transition temperature () and liquid fragility index () of alkali phosphate glasses. Sidebottom commented on this paper concerning the values obtained by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) [D. L. Sidebottom, J. Chem. Phys. , ⬛ (2015)]. We have considered Sidebottom’s comments carefully and conclude that the values of phosphate liquids obtained by DSC are reliable, except for the NaPO and possibly PO compositions. Based on his dynamic light scattering measurements, Sidebottom has found that PO is a strong liquid with ≈ 20. However, based on the heat capacity jump at and the stretching exponent of the relaxation function, PO should be classified as an intermediate fragile liquid with ≈ 40. We also argue that cannot be universally related to the average connectivity of the network and point out several inconsistencies with this view.

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