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      TSDC; PVC; charcoal; thermoelectrets.

    • Abstract


      This paper describes the results of thermally stimulated discharge conductivity study of activated charcoal–polyvinyl chloride (PVC) thin film thermoelectrets. TSDC has been carried out in the temperature range 308–400°K and at four different polarizing fields. Results are discussed on the basis of mobility of activated charcoal and polyvinyl chloride chains.

    • Author Affiliations


      V S Sangawar1 P S Chikhalikar1 R J Dhokne1 A U Ubale1 S D Meshram2

      1. Department of Physics, Government Vidarbha Institute of Science & Humanities, Amravati 444 604, India
      2. R. D. I. K. College, Badnera 444 701, India
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