Signs of low frequency dispersions in disordered binary dielectric mixtures (fifty-fifty)

  title={Signs of low frequency dispersions in disordered binary dielectric mixtures (fifty-fifty)},
  author={Enis Tuncer},
  journal={Journal of Physics D},
  • E. Tuncer
  • Published 14 January 2004
  • Physics
  • Journal of Physics D
Dielectric relaxation in disordered dielectric mixtures is presented by emphasizing the interfacial polarization. The obtained results coincide with and cause confusion with those of the low frequency dispersion behaviour. The considered systems are composed of two phases on two-dimensional square and triangular topological networks. We use the finite element method to calculate the effective dielectric permittivities of randomly generated structures. The dielectric relaxation phenomena… 

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