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Nonlinear fragile-to-strong transition in a magnetic glass system driven by magnetic field
Huo, Juntao; Luo, Qiang; Wang, Jun-Qiang; Xu, Wei; Wang, Xinmin; Li, Run-Wei; Yu, Hai-Bin
2017
Source PublicationAIP ADVANCES
Volume7Issue:12
AbstractRelaxation dynamics in nonlinear response regime have become an emerging novel tool to study the dynamics and structure of glassy materials. It provides additional insights relative to the standard linear response experiments. However, limited by inherent endurance of the materials to external fields, up to now, almost all the probed nonlinear effects are very weak. Here, strong nonlinear effects are observed in magnetic systems with disordered spins (i.e. magnetic glass). In particular, we report a pronounced fragility transition as driven by the external magnetic field as a result of nonlinear dynamic response. Such model systems provide a new platform to study the glassy dynamics with large and tunable nonlinearity. (c) 2017 Author(s).
KeywordMetallic Glasses Supercooled Liquids Relaxation Dynamics Behavior Order
Subject AreaChemistry ; Science & Technology - Other Topics ; Materials Science ; Physics
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nimte.ac.cn/handle/174433/17496
Collection2017专题
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Huo, Juntao,Luo, Qiang,Wang, Jun-Qiang,et al. Nonlinear fragile-to-strong transition in a magnetic glass system driven by magnetic field[J]. AIP ADVANCES,2017,7(12).
APA Huo, Juntao.,Luo, Qiang.,Wang, Jun-Qiang.,Xu, Wei.,Wang, Xinmin.,...&Yu, Hai-Bin.(2017).Nonlinear fragile-to-strong transition in a magnetic glass system driven by magnetic field.AIP ADVANCES,7(12).
MLA Huo, Juntao,et al."Nonlinear fragile-to-strong transition in a magnetic glass system driven by magnetic field".AIP ADVANCES 7.12(2017).
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