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The use of special waveforms in the study of linear dielectric phenomena

The use of special waveforms in the study of linear dielectric phenomena

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A limited amount of work has been published recently on the use of non-sinusoidal wavefor in the study of dielectrics, and it would appear that such methods are advantageous in the study of both linear and non-linear phenomena. In this paper, an attempt has been made to illustrate the usefulness of these methods. First, an outline is given of the steady field and sinusoidal field methods usually used in the measurement of dielectric properties, and of the theories which have been advanced to explain the ensuing results. This is followed by a discussion of the work which has been published recently on the use of special waveforms in dielectric measurements.

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