Dielectric losses in a tin-zirconium titanate ceramics computed from the far infrared spectrum
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It is shown from observations in both microwaves and far infrared that dielectric losses are smaller than computed from the assumption of far infrared Lorentz oscillators. An explanation is suggested.
Key wordsCeramics Microwave losses Far infrared absorption
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