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ideal dielectric[ī′dēl ‚dī·i′lek·trik]
Dielectric in which all the energy required to establish an electric field in the dielectric is returned to the source when the field is removed. Also known as perfect dielectric.
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Furthermore, the oxidized silicon buffer layer is expected to serve as an ideal dielectric
layer for electric gating in electronic devices.
The toolbox of the future for transistor designers will require a variety of atomic-layered materials: an ideal semiconductor, an ideal metal, and an ideal dielectric
Silicon nitride is the ideal dielectric
for this application with the thickness of the silicon nitride controlling the capacitance density of the dielectric, lending to flexibility in the capacitor layout.