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Ionic liquids – do time and distance interact?
Room Temperature Ionic Liquids (RTIL) have structural features on longer length scales than ordinary liquids. But how does the structure influence the dynamics and transport properties of these liquids?
Combining dielectric spectroscopy and quasielastic neutron scattering we have access to time scales from pico- to kilosecond and follow relaxation dynamics and transport properties in the liquid from above the melting point and all the way down to the glass transition. We find that while the structure of RTILs is complex the dynamics are simple – which suggests that the longer-range structure has little influence on the dynamics.
Professor Kristine Niss
Roskilde University, Denmark
Topic: Joint ESS-MAX IV Science Colloquium
Time: Mar 17, 2021 03:15 PM Stockholm
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