Molecular dynamic in binary mixtures and polymer blends with large difference in glass transition temperatures of the two components: A critical review
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The dynamics in highly asymmetric mixtures with large difference in Tg of the two components are complex. At low values of the lower-Tg2 component only the a1-relaxation and its Tga1 were found together with a fast relaxation. Three different interpretations of the fast relaxation were given. The first one interpreted the fast relaxation as the JG ß-relaxation, and the a2-relaxation is present but not resolved. The second one interpreted it as localized and noncooperative a'-relaxation of the low-Tg2 component totally confined by the frozen high-Tg1 component. The third one interpreted it also as the confined a2-relaxation, but it is liquid-like and cooperative. We review exhaustively the experimental data of many highly asymmetric mixtures and polymer blends to show unequivocally that the observed fast relaxation is the JG ß-relaxation. Notwithstanding, the confined-but-cooperative a2-relaxation exists, albeit not resolved. Experimental data are exclusively considered and objectively utilized to arrive at the conclusions.
CitationNgai, K.; Valenti, S.; Capaccioli, S. Molecular dynamic in binary mixtures and polymer blends with large difference in glass transition temperatures of the two components: A critical review. "Journal of non-crystalline solids", 11 Setembre 2019, p. 119573:1-119573:23.