Discussion [167]

  • Christina Maria TonauerEmail author
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Based on the crystallisation line Tx(p) of eHDA0.2 and eHDA0.3 in Fig. 26 (a), as well as the analysis of the resulting crystallisation products in Fig. 27 (b), no significant difference between the nature of eHDA0.2 and eHDA0.3 is assumed, neither in the thermal stability against crystallisation nor in the crystallisation mode, as both starting materials yield similar crystallisation products. The presence of one main crystalline phase (and only marginal amounts of another phase) after crystallisation indicates that both, eHDA0.2 and eHDA0.3, can be regarded glassy, in other words the low-temperature proxy of HDL [101, 149, 152]. By contrast, the crystallisation line Tx(p) of eHDA0.1 exhibits quite different behaviour (see Fig. 26 (a)).


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  1. 1.Institute of Physical ChemistryUniversity of InnsbruckInnsbruckAustria

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