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      Gel growth; dielectric properties; optical absorption; relaxation time; non Debye type; universal power law

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      CoxCd1−xC2O44H2O crystals grown by gel technique are characterized for dielectric properties by optical absorption measurements. Loss curve shows a relaxation peak at 500 KHz corresponding to a relaxation time of 0·3 µs. Cole-Cole diagrams give exponent of universal power law to be equal to 0·22. Optical absorption shows peaks due to Co+2 ion and water of hydration. An attempt is made to understand the results.

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      N V Prasad1 G Prasad1 T Bhimasankaram1 S V Suryanarayana1 G S Kumar1

      1. Department of Physics, Osmania University, Hyderabad - 500 007, India
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