Correcting the polarization effect in very low frequency dielectric spectroscopy

  title={Correcting the polarization effect in very low frequency dielectric spectroscopy},
  author={Camelia Prodan and Corina Teodora Bot},
Polarization impedance appears at the interface between electrodes and ionic solutions and is a major source of errors in dielectric spectroscopy measurements. This work presents a simple, robust and automated methodology for measuring and analysing the polarization impedance of non-dispersive electrolytes, with a focus on the very low frequency domain from 1 Hz and up. The accuracy of the method is demonstrated by comparing the corrected dielectric permittivity and conductivity of various… CONTINUE READING


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