The Maxwell–Wagner effect accounts for charge accumulation at the two-material interface on the basis of the difference of charge carrier relaxation times in these two materials. Macroscopically, basic electrical properties of materials are specified using two physical parameters, dielectric constant ϵ and conductivity σ. The ratio of these two parameters, \( \tau =\upepsilon /\sigma \)
KeywordsGate Insulator Electric Field Distribution Charge Accumulation Drain Electrode Space Charge Field
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