Characteristics of charge transport in the disperse phase of electrorheological suspensions
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The role of proton mobility in the polarization and conductivity of electrorheological suspensions is estimated on the basis of measurements of the shearing stress and conductivity of aluminum dihydrotripolyphosphate (A1TP) in transformer oil and of thermal changes in NMR spectra for A1TP.
KeywordsAluminum Shear Stress Statistical Physic Disperse Phase Charge Transport
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