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Dielectric Behaviour of Ice Microcrystals Dispersed within Suspensions: A DTC Study

  • P. Pissis , L. Apekis , C. Christodoulides and G. Boudouris

Abstract

The dielectric properties of water-in-oil (W/O) suspensions have been studied by means of the depolarization thermocurrent (DTC) method in the temperature range of 85-250 K. Two predominant peaks have been observed at about 140 and 225 K. Evidence has been obtained that the peak at 140 K and the dielectric absorption observed by many investigators at sub-zero temperatures in the kHz frequency range are due to the same relaxation mechanism.

Received: 1982-3-8
Published Online: 2014-6-2
Published in Print: 1982-9-1

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