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In variable electric fields (2,45 GHz frequency microwaves) we are faced with energy loss, especially because of the fact that electrical polarization does not vary in phase with electric field intensity - these losses are called losses by electrical polarization. These losses, thus due to the post electrical effect take place in epoxy resin subjected to the electrical microwave field. Maximum power in microwave field that covers the whole range of applications referring to epoxy resindoi:10.15835/arspa.v83i3-4.9088 doaj:fc5b0cfc05d442cca721a7022b0d36c5 fatcat:e62okgwcureovjovoqvnhd4xku