Dynamics of the destruction and rebuilding of a dipole gap in glasses.

Abstract

After a strong electric bias field is applied to the polyester glass Mylar at temperatures in the mK range, its dielectric constant increases and then decays logarithmically in time. We observed its dielectric response for several temperatures and different field sweeps. Starting from the dipole gap theory, we developed a model suggesting that the change in… (More)

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