Whether permittivity of a nanoparticle is well defined depends on the number of dipole moments
within the particle.
Permanent C-Cl dipoles in the chlorosulfonated samples cause larger dipole moments
within the polymer leading to larger dielectric permittivities than for polyethylene, as shown in Fig.
Upon application of an electric field, dipole moments
, impurities, and vacancies can change positions in the lattice potential wells.
Once he gets to measuring the dipole moment
, he says, "I think I can do it better.
92, 4724 (1990), Pulsed-Nozzle Fourier-Transform Microwave Spectroscopy of Laser-Vaporized Metal Oxides: Rotational Spectra and Electric Dipole Moments
of YO, LaO, ZrO, and HfO.
In his own work, Dietrich searches for a phenomenon called an electric dipole moment
, in which the center of positive charge of an atom lies at a different point than its center of negative charge.
The compounds had higher dipole moments
and let to higher birefringence by the photopolymers and increased the holographic recording characteristics, it was demonstrated in Fig.
Table 4 collects changes of the energy of molecules with the strength of the field applied and accompanying changes of dipole moments
Maryott, Selected values of electric dipole moments
for molecules in the gas phase, National Bureau of Standards, Compilation, NSRDS-NBS 10, Washington, D.
For this research, graphene was used to write and read the electric dipole moments
of an underlying ferroelectric material.
The other limiting factor of this method is that only very strong magnets with large enough dipole moments
and small enough masses can reach their terminal speed within the length of the cylinder.
When it is placed in an external magnetic field, a net nuclear magnetization is created by the equilibrium difference between the magnetic dipole moments
of spin populations in two different energy states.