Charles Angell spends much of his time researching Thermodynamics, Glass transition, Supercooling, Fragility and Amorphous solid. He interconnects Ion, Polymer, Arrhenius equation and Dielectric in the investigation of issues within Thermodynamics. The various areas that Charles Angell examines in his Glass transition study include Relaxation, Condensed matter physics, Differential scanning calorimetry, Enthalpy and Aqueous solution.
His work deals with themes such as Nucleation, Pressure vessel, Relaxation and Diffusion, which intersect with Supercooling. His work deals with themes such as Glass forming, Anharmonicity, Coordination number and Potential energy, which intersect with Fragility. His Amorphous solid research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Chemical physics, Ionic bonding and Transition temperature.
His main research concerns Thermodynamics, Glass transition, Inorganic chemistry, Supercooling and Conductivity. Thermodynamics is closely attributed to Aqueous solution in his research. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Amorphous solid, Differential scanning calorimetry, Condensed matter physics, Enthalpy and Fragility.
His research in Inorganic chemistry intersects with topics in Ionic bonding, Lithium, Analytical chemistry, Salt and Alkali metal. His Supercooling study deals with Relaxation intersecting with Viscous liquid. His work in Conductivity addresses issues such as Ion, which are connected to fields such as Chemical physics and Diffusion.
His primary scientific interests are in Thermodynamics, Inorganic chemistry, Glass transition, Fragility and Lithium. Relaxation, Enthalpy, Energy landscape, Viscous liquid and Supercooling are among the areas of Thermodynamics where Charles Angell concentrates his study. The concepts of his Viscous liquid study are interwoven with issues in Relaxation and Viscosity.
His research investigates the connection between Glass transition and topics such as Condensed matter physics that intersect with issues in Amorphous solid and Component. The Fragility study combines topics in areas such as Work, Configuration entropy, Molecular dynamics, Kinetic energy and Heat capacity. His Lithium study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dibasic acid, Aqueous solution, Halide and Polymer.
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Formation of glasses from liquids and biopolymers.
Supercooled Liquids and Glasses
M. D. Ediger;Charles Angell;Sidney R. Nagel.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1996)
Nonexponential relaxations in strong and fragile glass formers
Roland Böhmer;K. L. Ngai;C. A. Angell;D. J. Plazek.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1993)
Relaxation in liquids, polymers and plastic crystals — strong/fragile patterns and problems☆
Journal of Non-crystalline Solids (1991)
Relaxation in glassforming liquids and amorphous solids
Charles Angell;K. L. Ngai;G. B. McKenna;P. F. McMillan.
Journal of Applied Physics (2000)
Vitrification as an approach to cryopreservation.
G.M. Fahy;D.R. MacFarlane;C.A. Angell;H.T. Meryman.
Perspective on the glass transition
Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids (1988)
Isothermal compressibility of supercooled water and evidence for a thermodynamic singularity at −45°C
R. J. Speedy;R. J. Speedy;C. A. Angell.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1976)
Dynamics of glass-forming liquids. V. On the link between molecular dynamics and configurational entropy
Ranko Richert;Charles Angell.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1998)
Phase relations and vitrification in saccharide-water solutions and the trehalose anomaly
J. L. Green;C. A. Angell.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1989)
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