Continuous carbon fiber polymer–matrix composites in unprecedented antiferroelectric coupling providing exceptionally high through-thickness electric permittivity

@article{Takizawa2016ContinuousCF,
  title={Continuous carbon fiber polymer–matrix composites in unprecedented antiferroelectric coupling providing exceptionally high through-thickness electric permittivity},
  author={Yoshihiro Takizawa and D. D. L. Chung},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={51},
  pages={6913-6932}
}
Continuous carbon fiber polymer–matrix composites in unprecedented antiferroelectric coupling, as enabled by stacking composites with positive value (up to 400) and negative value (down to −600) of the electric permittivity, provide exceptionally high through-thickness permittivity up to 78,000 (≤2.0 MHz), corresponding to a capacitance of 370 μF/m2. The high capacitance is consistent with the equation for negative and positive capacitors in series. The permittivity tailoring of the composites… 

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