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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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These high dielectric constants at low frequencies are responsible for the suppression of high frequency dielectric constant for all the compositions to a single bundle.
The case of without additives and doped PVDF samples, before the relaxation transition belonging to the glass transition temperature a decrease in the real dielectric constants is observed.
Nanocomposite dielectric materials include inorganic nanoparticles in a polymer base, which together have high dielectric constants due in part to the inorganic nanoparticles while retaining much of the processability of the base polymer.
Therefore, it is possible to calculate dielectric constants for liquid paints from their formulas and knowledge of the [epslion] values of the components.
Thus, in our research, we used dielectric resonator ceramics that had high dielectric constants in the fabrication of miniaturized dielectric resonator antennas, thereby affecting the antennas' radiation characteristics, such as efficiency, radiation patterns, and bandwidth.
It consists of two parallel metal plates that contain in between two different media of dielectric constants [[epsilon].
These new materials are important because they have high dielectric constants beneficial for advanced semiconductor transistors.
It requires no field calibration, withstands high temperatures, and works with materials having a wide range of bulk densities and dielectric constants.
First, the experiment was performed using a series of fluids of known relative dielectric constants, then numerical simulations were carried out and confirmed by soil sample test with varying operating frequencies and probe lengths.
The wide range of available DRA shapes, dielectric constants and feeding techniques gives these antennas the flexibility to conform to the physical and electric requirements of numerous applications.
In less dense woods, there are fewer polar groups, which means that the dielectric constants of less dense woods are lower that those of denser woods.
The dielectric constants of the ceramic and PEEK together provide the proper impedance that allows the electrical signal to travel up and down the probe, Botwinski said.