Dresden 2017 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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CPP: Fachverband Chemische Physik und Polymerphysik

CPP 66: Glasses and Glass Transition (joint session DY/CPP/DF, organized by DY)

CPP 66.4: Vortrag

Freitag, 24. März 2017, 10:45–11:00, ZEU 118

Water Dynamics in Mesoporous Silica Confinement — •Max Schäfer, Edda Klotz, Alexander Hariri, and Michael Vogel — Institut für Festkörperphysik, TU-Darmstadt, Germany

Confinement effects on the dynamics of water are examined using mesoporous silica MCM-41 with various pore diameters. Additionally the size of these pores are systematically modified by atomic layer deposition with Al2O3. To explore rotational motion, we combine different 2H NMR technics that are sensitive to molecular reorientations. Applying spin-lattice-relaxation, line shape analyzes and stimulated echo experiments, we cover the dynamical range down to very slow dynamics in a deeply supercooled temperature regime. 1H diffusion measurements in an ultra high static field gradient were performed also. These experiments were supplemented by broadband dielectric spectroscopy and differential scanning calorimetry. We find that the temperature dependence of the structural alpha-relaxation exhibits a kink, which is strongly related to the pore size. We show that this kink is not associated to a proposed liquid-liquid phase transition of water, but to partial freezing. Furthermore we study confinement effects on dynamics and phase behavior in binary mixtures of water and glycerol for various concentrations. The properties of the hydrogen bond network and an eventually phase separation initiated by the confinement are of great interest. Glycerol dynamics for confined mixtures show an Arrhenius behavior at low temperatures in contrast to bulk mixtures and to pure glycerol confined in MCM-41. The similarity to water dynamics in confinement suggests a cooperative motion of water and glycerol.

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