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Model Systems for Materials with High Dielectric Losses in Aquametry

  • Ari Sihvola

Keywords

Enhancement Effect Dielectric Response Interfacial Polarization Aquatic Mixture Spherical Inclusion 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ari Sihvola
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  1. 1.Electromagnetics LaboratoryHelsinki University of TechnologyFinland

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