Recently, Nielsen et al. [J. Chem. Phys. 130, 154508 (2009); Philos. Mag. 88, 4101 (2008)] demonstrated
a universal pattern for the high frequency wing of the loss curve for primary relaxation time on
approaching the glass transition for organic liquids. In this contribution it is presented that a similar
universality occurs for glass-forming liquid crystals and orientationally disordered crystals (plastic
crystals). Empirical correlations of the found behavior are also briefly discussed
Martínez, J.; Tamarit, J.; Rzoska, S. Prevalence for the universal distribution of relaxation times near the glass transitions in experimental model systems: Rodlike liquid crystals and orientationally disordered crystals. "Journal of chemical physics", 13 Abril 2011, vol. 134, núm. 14, p. 144505-144505-4.