The dependence of the electrical conductivity and dielectrical permeability for dispersion mixtures of a dielectric and a conductor (moist top) on the composition and properties of the components have been studied in the frequency range 0 to 107 Hz. It is shown that for the moisture content, which allows one to model the soil by the two-phase air -water system, the obtained dependences are satisfactorily described by the equations of the percolation theory.
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Bel'kova, L.A., Mikhailova, T.G., Zamotrinskaya, E.A. et al. Electrical conductivity and dielectric permeability of natural mixtures of a dielectric and a conductor. Soviet Physics Journal 32, 493–497 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00898641
- Electrical Conductivity
- Water System
- Percolation Theory
- Dielectric Permeability