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Pressure-annealed high-density amorphous ice made from vitrified water droplets: A systematic calorimetry study on water's second glass transition
Journal of Chemical Physics
In previous work, water's second glass transition was investigated based on an amorphous sample made from crystalline ice (Amann-Winkel et al., Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 110 (44) 17720-17725). In the present work, we investigate water's second glass transition based on the genuine glassy state of high-density water as prepared from micron-sized liquid water droplets, avoiding crystallinity at all stages. All the calorimetric features of water's second glass transition observed in thedoi:10.1063/5.0100571 pmid:35963736 fatcat:zguqnenqejgvlarswaoaznjwue