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Volume 2 Issue 1 January 1980 pp 61-66 Communications
Dielectric constant, dielectric loss and conductivity of Bi4(GeO4)3 and Bi4(SiO4)3 single crystals have been measured as a function of frequency and in the temperature range from liquid nitrogen temperature to 400° C. The values of the static dielectric constant at room temperature are 16·4 and 13·7 for Bi4(GeO4)3 and Bi4(SiO4)3 respectively. The plots of log (
Volume 3 Issue 4 December 1981 pp 423-428
Dielectric constant and dielectric loss (tan
Volume 4 Issue 1 March 1982 pp 17-21
Dielectric constant (ɛ), dielectric loss (tan δ) and conductivity (σ) for K2Zn2(SO4)3 and (NH4)2 Mg2(SO4)3 have been measured over the frequency range 100 Hz — 100 kHz and in temperature range 30°C — 400°C. The values of static dielectric constant at room temperature are 7.67 and 4.80 for K2Zn2(SO4)3 and (NH4)2 Mg2(SO4)3 respectively. The plots of log σ against reciprocal temperature at different frequencies of these samples merge into a straight line beyond 250°C and the activation energies calculated in this region are found to be 0.67 eV and 1.98 eV for K2Zn2(SO4)3 and (NH4)2 Mg2(SO4)3 respectively.
Volume 15 Issue 3 June 1992 pp 279-284
Some garnets collected from the Kothagudem area of Khammam district in Andhra Pradesh were characterized by chemical analysis. The results show the garnets to be of almandine (Fe+23 Al2Si3O12) pyrope (Mg3Al2Si3O12) group. Dielectric constant (ɛ) and dielectric loss (tanδ) were measured as a function of frequency and temperature in the frequency range of 100 Hz to 100 KHz and from room temperature to 400°C. The room temperature measurement was extended to 10 MHz, AC conductivity was calculated from the data on ε and tan δ. DC conductivity was also measured.
Volume 21 Issue 3 June 1998 pp 219-226
The dielectric properties (dielectric constant and loss) of a single crystal of yttrium iron garnet (Y3Fe5O12) were measured in the temperature range 77–725 K and in the frequency range 100 Hz-1 MHz. AC conductivity was derived from dielectric constant and loss. DC conductivity was measured in the temperature range 30–725 K. Thermoelectric power (TEP) was measured from 77–800 K. On the basis of the results, conduction in this garnet is interpreted as due to small polarons. The nature of conduction at different temperature ranges is discussed in the light of existing reports on defect formation.
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