alexa Temperature coefficients of capacitance of solids
Materials Science

Materials Science

Journal of Material Sciences & Engineering

Author(s): PJ HARROP

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An earlier treatment of temperature coefficient of capacitance, γc [1] has been extended to include most solids. Materials are divided into those with given ranges of permittivity, ε, and temperature coefficient of polarisability. It appears that, for low dielectric loss, high permittivity glasses, like simple ionic compounds, always have a positive γc, whereas paraelectrics and polymers have negative γc. Ferroelectrics can have any value of γc. Limitations in γc and ε for given classes of solid are discussed.

This article was published in Journal Of Material Sciences and referenced in Journal of Material Sciences & Engineering

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