Publication detail

DIELECTRIC RELAXATION IN GLYCEROL AT LONG-TIME EXPOSURE TO LOW TEMPERATURES

STRÁNÍK, R. LIEDERMANN, K.

Original Title

DIELECTRIC RELAXATION IN GLYCEROL AT LONG-TIME EXPOSURE TO LOW TEMPERATURES

English Title

DIELECTRIC RELAXATION IN GLYCEROL AT LONG-TIME EXPOSURE TO LOW TEMPERATURES

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper reports preliminary results of our research, which has been dealing with dielectric relaxation in glycerol exposed to low temperatures (currently down to 223 K) for a protracted period of time (currently up to 19 hours). The objective of the research is to obtain more detailed data on relaxations in glycerol and subsequently to develop a concept of the microscopic nature of the dipole orientations.

English abstract

This paper reports preliminary results of our research, which has been dealing with dielectric relaxation in glycerol exposed to low temperatures (currently down to 223 K) for a protracted period of time (currently up to 19 hours). The objective of the research is to obtain more detailed data on relaxations in glycerol and subsequently to develop a concept of the microscopic nature of the dipole orientations.

Keywords

Diectric relaxation spectroscopy, Glycerol, Low temperature

RIV year

2006

Released

03.09.2006

Pages from

302

Pages to

303

Pages count

2

BibTex


@article{BUT43337,
  author="Rostislav {Stráník} and Karel {Liedermann}",
  title="DIELECTRIC RELAXATION IN GLYCEROL AT LONG-TIME EXPOSURE TO LOW TEMPERATURES",
  annote="This paper reports preliminary results of our research, which has
been dealing with dielectric relaxation in glycerol exposed to low
temperatures (currently down to 223 K) for a protracted period of
time (currently up to 19 hours). The objective of the research is to
obtain more detailed data on relaxations in glycerol and
subsequently to develop a concept of the microscopic nature of the
dipole orientations.",
  chapter="43337",
  journal="Zeszyty naukowe Politechnika Lodzka",
  number="49",
  volume="9",
  year="2006",
  month="september",
  pages="302",
  type="journal article"
}