Dielectric Polarization

dielectric polarization

[‚dī·ə′lek·trik ‚pō·lə·rə′zā·shən]
(electricity)

Polarization, Dielectric

 

(1) The displacement of positive and negative charges in opposite directions in a dielectric. Polarization occurs through the action of an electric field or other external factors, such as mechanical stress in the case of piezoelectric crystals. Dielectric polarization can also arise spontaneously in pyroelectric crystals, particularly in ferroelectrics.

(2) The dipole moment per unit volume of a dielectric.

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For example, the dielectric polarization and electric fields are odd under parity transformations and even under time-reversal transformations.
The dependence of contributions of different components of dielectric polarization, such as electric, ionic, and orientational polarization on the frequency of the applied electric field, is responsible for the change in the value of the dielectric constant.
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Dielectric polarization measurement gives insight into the foam curing process.
Stratton (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) had a remarkable background in both mathematical physics and electrical engineering, as well as great enthusiasm, and in this facsimile reprint he vigorously explains field equations, including Maxwell's equations, stress and energy, including energy flow and forces in a magnetostatic field, the electrostatic field, including dielectric polarization, the magnetostatic field, including calculations of the field of a current distribution, plane waves in unbounded and isotropic media, cylindrical waves, spherical waves, radiation, and boundary-value problems including the reflection and refraction of a plane surface.
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a] is the magnetic field strength of microwave, W is the total energy stored in the cavity resonator, [Delta]V is the volume of the sample where the microwaves passes, V is the volume of the whole cavity resonator, P is the dielectric polarization of the sample, M is the magnetization and J is the electric current density.