Pyropermittivity and pyroelectret behavior of graphite

  title={Pyropermittivity and pyroelectret behavior of graphite},
  author={Xiang Xi and D. D. L. Chung},

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,

Effect of temperature on the electrical conduction and dielectric behavior of solder

  • Wenyi YangD. Chung
  • Materials Science, Physics
    Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics
  • 2021
Solder is widely used as an electrical conductor in electronics. This paper reports the effect of heating up to 70 °C on the conduction and dielectric behavior of solder (Sn–4Ag lead-free eutectic

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



The influence of morphological and structural aspects of synthetic graphites used in the aerospace area on their electrical and mechanical properties

Synthetic graphite presents unique and differentiated properties (low coefficient of thermal expansion, low modulus, low density, and especially increased mechanical strength) at high temperatures

Advances in lead-free pyroelectric materials: a comprehensive review

Pyroelectric materials are important functional materials that can generate an electrical response upon a temperature change. Among the many different types of pyroelectric materials, lead-based