Cole-Cole plot

Cole-Cole plot

[′kōl ′kōl ‚plät]
(electricity)
For a substance displaying orientation polarization, a graph of the imaginary part versus the real part of the complex relative permittivity that is a circular arc, with its center below the abscissa.
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a-c) and (15) depicts a Cole-Cole plot between Z' and Z for pure and protonation PANI.
More information about the relaxation behavior and its evolution can be obtained in a Cole-Cole plot, in which the imaginary viscosity ([eta]') versus real viscosity ([eta]") are plotted.
Figure 6a and b shows the modified Cole-Cole plot of composites with FS and silica with PE-g-MA.
The relaxation process can be estimated by a Cole-Cole plot ([eta]"-[eta]') (11).
G') in a Cole-Cole plot with linear scale axes gives information about the compatibility in multiphase blends.
It was found that the data of the blends did not follow the Cole-Cole plot of miscibility and the plot of log G'-log G" of the blend showed composition dependency.
If the behavior of the Cole-Cole plot is temperature independent, vertical shift is not necessary.
Cole-Cole plot (18) is a useful tool to analyze molecular structure through viscoelastic properties.
To see if a vertical shift is necessary a Cole-Cole plot (G" versus G') may be constructed.
To analyze the rheological data, we used three different techniques: the first is the Cole-Cole plot [23] representing loss viscosity ([eta]") versus storage viscosity ([eta]') of the blends as well as the pur e resins on a logarithmic scale.
The traditional way of generating a Cole-Cole plot is to use the real ([epsilon]') and imaginary ([epsilon]") components of the complex permittivity.