Measurement of the dielectric constant of triglycine sulfate at microwave frequencies.
Anderson, Raymond Lloyd
Schacher, Gordon E.
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This thesis describes the construction and operation of a microwave system used to measure very high dielectric constants over wide frequency and temperature ranges. Measurements of the dielectric constant of the ferroelectric triglycine sulfate are reported over a frequency range of 4.0 to 12.0 GHz. The results agree fairly well with those reported by other investigators. Sources of errors and possible improvements in this experiment are discussed.
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