Dynamics of the electric polarization and depolarization of graphite

  title={Dynamics of the electric polarization and depolarization of graphite},
  author={Xiang Xi and D. D. L. Chung},

Electric polarization and depolarization of solder, and their effects on electrical conduction

This work provides the first report of the effect of the dielectric behavior on the conduction behavior of solder. The lead-free solder studied contains 96 wt% tin and 4 wt% silver. The electric

Electret behavior discovered in solder, specifically tin–silver

An electret is a permanent electric dipole exhibited by a material. This work provides the first report of the electret behavior of a solder, which is Sn–4Ag in the form of a fluxless unpoled wire of

Pyropermittivity as an emerging method of thermal analysis, with application to carbon fibers

  • Xiang XiD. Chung
  • Physics, Materials Science
    Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
  • 2022
Pyropermittivity refers to the effect of temperature on the electric permittivity of a material. It is an emerging thermoanalytical method that is relevant to materials characterization,

Absorption-dominant radio-wave attenuation loss of metals and graphite

Absorption-dominant radio-wave (0.2–2.0 GHz) attenuation loss is comparatively reported for materials of high electrical conductivity, namely metals (aluminum and steel) and graphite. These materials



The Effects of Electric Currents and Fields on Deformation in Metals, Ceramics, and Ionic Materials: An Interpretive Survey

Abstract The experimental and theoretical results of 50 years of research on the effects of electrical fields on deformation at high and low temperatures are reviewed. Application of currents to

Effects of DC Current on the Mechanical Behavior of AlMg1SiCu

The effect of an electron wind on the mechanical properties of aluminum is investigated with the ultimate goal of establishing a technique by which the mechanical energy associated with the

Ferroelectric switching of a two-dimensional metal

Two- and three-layer WTe2 exhibits spontaneous out-of-plane electric polarization that can be switched electrically at room temperature and is sufficiently robust for use in applications with other two-dimensional materials.

Electret, piezoelectret and piezoresistivity discovered in steels, with application to structural self-sensing and structural self-powering

Electret, piezoelectret, piezoresistivity and stress-dependent electric permittivity are reported in unmodified steels. Structural stress/strain self-sensing based on piezoelectret/piezoresistivity