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Dielectric solids

Asser Aly Zaky

Dielectric solids

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Published by Routledge & K. Paul in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dielectrics.,
  • Solids.

  • Edition Notes

    bibl p106.

    Statementby A. A. Zaky, R. Hawley.
    SeriesSolid-state physics
    ContributionsHawley, Robert.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi,106p. :
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21658723M
    ISBN 10071006604X

    When an external electromagnetic disturbance is introduced into a solid, it will produce induced charge density and induced current density. Therefore in three introductory chapters written in the style of a textbook, broadband dielectric spectroscopy is described in its theoretical foundation, its experimental techniques, and in the way dielectric spectra have to be analyzed. Special attention is given in chapters 16—18 to the comparison between dielectric and other spectroscopic techniques such as mechanical, NMR, and neutron scattering. In this chapter we will neglect the magnetization produced by induced current density and concentrate on the electric polarization field produced by the induced charge density. Ionic polarization[ edit ] Ionic polarization is polarization caused by relative displacements between positive and negative ions in ionic crystals for example, NaCl.

    Penrose, Trans. It covers geometrical confinement in different dimensionalities: i in nanometer thin layers or self-supporting films 1-dimensional confinement ii in pores or tubes with nanometric diameters 2-dimensional confinement iii as micelles embedded in matrices 3-dimensional or as nanodroplets. The results of micro. Powles, TransO Faraday Soc.

    In chapters 14 and 15, two novel experimental techniques are introduced which are closely related to dielectric spectroscopy. This overview is comprehensive and covers essential literature over the past 60 years. The dielectric properties of fifteen low-loss solids were irivestige. Kinn, Electronics 20, no. The difference in dielectric properties v'a. The locations of these centers are affected by the symmetry of the displacements.


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