dielectric constant


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dielectric constant

n.
The ratio of the permittivity of a material to that of a perfect vacuum. Also called relative permittivity.

dielectric constant

n
(General Physics) another name for relative permittivity
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The dielectric constant for the saturated sediments lies at the lower limit of the range for saturated sands (20 to 30) in Table 1 for 100 MHz center frequency.
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Panasonic has commercialized an encapsulation molding compound having a high dielectric constant that can be used instead of sapphire glass.
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