Dielectric spectroscopy of polymeric materials: fundamentals and applications
American Chemical Society, May 1, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 461 pages
Beginning with a complete discussion of the fundamentals of dielectric spectroscopy, this book examines in detail the methods used in data modeling and in such specialized techniques as high-frequency dielectric measurements and thermally stimulated currents. The book covers applications in a range of polymeric systems including solutions, blends, and liquid crystals.
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