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Zero-temperature classical liquids

A cool liquid that does not freeze

Nature Physics volume 9, pages 535536 (2013) | Download Citation

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A simulation study of a model that mimics certain colloidal particles reveals a surprising low-temperature triumph of entropy, whereby the liquid state persists down to zero temperature.

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  1. Jeppe C. Dyre is in the Glass and Time group, Danish National Research Foundation Centre for Viscous Liquid Dynamics, IMFUFA, Department of Sciences, Roskilde University, PostBox 260, DK-4000 Roskilde, Denmark

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