Chi-Hang Lam


Department of Applied Physics
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hung Hom, Hong Kong. 

Tel: 2766-5681, Fax: 2333-7629
E-mail: C.H.Lam@polyu.edu.hk 


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Publications on the theory of glass transition

  1. Fragile glasses induced by a dramatic drop of entropy towards the glass transition, Chun-Shing Lee, Matteo Lulli, Ling-Han Zhang, Hai-Yao Deng, and Chi-Hang Lam (2019). (arXiv:1909.03240)

  2. Spatial heterogeneities in structural temperature cause Kovacs expansion gap paradox in aging of glasses, Matteo Lulli, Chun-Shing Lee, Hai-Yao Deng, Cho-Tung Yip, and Chi-Hang Lam (2019). (arXiv:1909.03685)

  3. Kovacs Effect Studied Using The Distinguishable Particles Lattice Model Of Glass, Matteo Lulli, Ling-Han Zhang, Chun-Shing Lee, Hai-Yao Deng, and Chi-Hang Lam (2019). (arXiv:1910.10374)

  4. Configuration-tree Theoretical Calculation of the Mean-Squared Displacement of Particles in Glass Formers, Hai-Yao Deng, Chun-Shing Lee, Matteo Lulli, Ling-Han Zhang, and Chi-Hang Lam, Journal of Statistical Mechanics 2019, 094014 (2019). (arXiv:1812.03856)

  5. Deeper penetration of surface effects on particle mobility than on hopping rate in glassy polymer films, C.H. Lam, Journal of Chemical Physics 149, 164909 (2018). (arXiv:1810.00192)

  6. Local random configuration-tree theory for string repetition and facilitated dynamics of glass, C.H. Lam, Journal of Statistical Mechanics 2018, 023301 (2018). (arXiv:1611.03586)

  7. Emergent facilitation behavior in a distinguishable-particle lattice model of glass, L.H. Zhang and C.H.Lam, Physical Review B 95, 184202 (2017). (arXiv:1608.05960; Videos of particle dynamics)

  8. Repetition and pair-interaction of string-like hopping motions in glassy polymers, C.H. Lam, Journal of Chemical Physics 146, 244906 (2017). (arXiv:1508.03153; Videos and animation of string-like motions).

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