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Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 36, Issue 9, pp 862–864 | Cite as

The electret state of phlogopite

  • V. M. Timokhin
  • M. P. Tonkonogov
  • A. I. Pashkevich
Physics Of Semiconductors And Dielectrics

Abstract

An electret state of phlogopite is discovered. An investigation of the currents of thermostimulated depolarization and the currents of thermodepolarization shows that proton relaxation plays a part in its formation.

Keywords

Proton Relaxation Electret State Thermostimulated Depolarization 
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  • V. M. Timokhin
  • M. P. Tonkonogov
  • A. I. Pashkevich

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