Super dielectric materials
Fromille, Samuel Salvadore
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A class of materials is provided that has dielectric constants greater than 10⁵. The super dielectric materials (SDM) can be generated readily from common, inexpensive materials. Various embodiments include a porous, electrically insulating material, such as high surface area powders of silica or titantia, mixed with a liquid containing a high concentration of ionic species. In some embodiments, high surface area alumina powders, loaded to the incipient wetness point with a solution of boric acid dissolved in water, have dielectric constants greater than 4*10⁸.
US 9,530,574 B1The inventors are: Dr. Jonathan Phillips - Research Professor at NPS and LCDR Samuel Fromille III - active duty former NPS student.
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