S. I. Osokin

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Signal processing in dielectric spectroscopy implies that it is necessary to ,nd a ‘true’ ,tting function (having a certain physical meaning), which describes well the complex permittivity and impedance data. In dielectric spectroscopy for description of complex permittivity/impedance data researches usually use the empirical Cole–Davidson (CD) and(More)
A new method for quantitative “reading” of dielectric data of two-phase dielectric mixtures is suggested. This method is based on ideas related to the application of the generalized mean value (GMV) function to random data series (statistics of fractional moments). The GMV function allows transformation of arbitrary random data series to smooth curves that(More)
Over the past couple of decades there have been major advances in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Many applications have sprouted from these fields of research. It is essential, given the scale of the materials, to attain accurate, valid and reproducible measurements. Material properties have shown to be a function of their size and(More)
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