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Dielectric relaxation in metal-coated particles: the dramatic role of nano-scale coatings
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics
Insulating materials filled with conducting particles permit tailoring of electrical, electromagnetic and thermal properties of the resulting composite. When the filler particles are small and metallic, a dielectric relaxation due to interfacial polarization is commonly observed at optical or smaller wavelengths. Here, experimental results are presented in which the dielectric relaxation is shifted to microwave frequencies as a result of using metal-coated dielectric particles with a nano-scaledoi:10.1088/0022-3727/38/2/003 fatcat:uucxioyzl5fo5ahcyf7xmg6zfq