Dielectric relaxation in the lead–iron oxide glass system

Mandal, S. ; Ghosh, A. (1997) Dielectric relaxation in the lead–iron oxide glass system Journal of Chemical Physics, 106 (15). pp. 6310-6313. ISSN 0021-9606

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The dielectric properties of the PbO–Fe2O3 glassy system are reported in the frequency range 102–106 Hz and in the temperature range 300–500 K. The experimental data have been analyzed in the light of the dipolar relaxation model. It is observed that this model is consistent with the frequency and temperature dependence of the complex dielectric constant. The network former PbO influences strongly the dielectric properties, yielding large values of static and high-frequency dielectric constants and a narrow distribution of relaxation times.

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Keywords:Lead Compounds; Iron Compounds; Dielectric Relaxation; Permittivity; Glass
ID Code:86539
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