dielectric loss factor

dielectric loss factor

[‚dī·ə¦lek·trik ¦los ‚fak·tər]
(electricity)
Product of the dielectric constant of a material and the tangent of its dielectric loss angle.
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Moreover, the dielectric loss factor also depends on a number of factors such as stoichiometry, Fe2+ content, and structural homogeneity which in turn depend upon the composition and sintering temperature of the samples [53].
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Summary: The chemical co-precipitation method has been employed to synthesize a series of spinel nanoferrites with composition Mn1-yCoyFe2-xCexO4 and was characterized by the TGA/DTG, FTIR, XRD, DC electrical resistivity, dielectric constant and dielectric loss factor measurements.
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