Nondestructive Complex Permittivity Measurement of Conducting Materials Using Open-ended Coaxial Probes

@article{Nhan2006NondestructiveCP,
  title={Nondestructive Complex Permittivity Measurement of Conducting Materials Using Open-ended Coaxial Probes},
  author={Hoang Ngoc Nhan and H. Rmili and M. Azeddine and J. Wojkiewicz and J. Miane},
  journal={2006 First International Conference on Communications and Electronics},
  year={2006},
  pages={486-489}
}
In regard to their physical properties, intrinsically conducting polymers are very good candidates for electronic applications. In this paper, we present the open-ended coaxial method to measure the complex permittivities of Polyaniline/Polyurethane conducting composites at nearly percolation threshold in microwave band. At the microwave frequencies, the permittivities follow the power law (epsiv proportional to f-s) in agreement with the hopping theory. For blends with 1% of Pani, the loss… Expand
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