Electrical, dielectric, and electromagnetic shielding properties of polypropylene‐graphite composites

@article{Panwar2010ElectricalDA,
  title={Electrical, dielectric, and electromagnetic shielding properties of polypropylene‐graphite composites},
  author={Varij Panwar and Jong-Oh Park and Sukho Park and Sanjeev Kumar and Ram Mohan Mehra},
  journal={Journal of Applied Polymer Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={115},
  pages={1306-1314}
}
The conducting polymer composite material is desired to have a high dielectric constant and high dissi- pation factor in low and high frequency ranges, so that it can be used in charge storing devices, decoupling capaci- tors, and electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding appli- cations. Currently, on-going research is trying to enhance the dielectric constant of ceramic powder-polymer, metal powder-polymer, and nanotube-polymer composites in the low frequency region. In this article, we… 

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