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The Glassy State of Matter: Novel Properties and Applications - golf, frozen frogs, memory

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The glassy state is familiar from windows and drinking vessels, but can be found in a very wide range of materials with all types of chemical bonding. We will explore three types of unconventional glasses, based on metals, on carbohydrates and on chalcogenides, in each case highlighting some novel applications.

This talk is part of the ChemSoc - Cambridge Chemistry Society series.

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