K K Gupta
Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 29 Issue 2 April 2006 pp 181-185 Electrical Properties
In quest of finding new substrate for printed wiring board (PWB) having low dielectric constant, we have made PSF/PMMA blends and evaluated the dielectric parameters at 8.92 GHz frequency and at 35°C temperature. Incorporating PMMA in PSF matrix results in reduced dielectric constant than that of pure PSF. The dielectric parameters of pure PMMA and PSF films of different thicknesses have also been obtained at microwave frequencies. We have used dielectric data at microwave frequencies as a tool to evaluate optical constants, absorption index `𝐾’ and refractive index `𝑛’. The blends of PSF/PMMA may be used as base materials for PWBs.
Volume 29 Issue 4 August 2006 pp 397-401 Thin Films
Dielectric properties of pure and doped poly (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) films at microwave frequency, 8.92 GHz, have been studied at 35°C. Iodine, benzoic acid and FeCl3 have been used as dopants. The losses in doped films are found to be larger than in pure PMMA films. The increased losses account for increased a.c. conductivity in doped films. The increase in conductivity is accounted due to creation of additional hopping sites for the charge carriers in doped samples. The dielectric data has also been used to evaluate optical constants, absorption index (𝐾) and refractive index (𝑛) of the films.
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