Aiming at a more rigorous understanding in electrical insulating materials research

@article{Ohki2008AimingAA,
  title={Aiming at a more rigorous understanding in electrical insulating materials research},
  author={Yoshimichi Ohki},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation},
  year={2008},
  volume={15},
  pages={1201-1214}
}
Professors Inuishi, Ieda and Yahagi were pioneers of research in dielectrics in Japan. Their philosophy was that in order to understand a certain property of a material or to clarify the mechanism of a phenomenon, research must be done with scientific rigor and a scholarly approach. Here, the author wishes to illustrate their philosophy through a number of examples of his own research on both inorganic and organic materials and on topics ranging from vacuum discharge, through defect centers in… CONTINUE READING

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