nonlinear dielectric

nonlinear dielectric

[′nän‚lin·ē·ər ‚dī·ə′lek·trik]
(electricity)
A dielectric whose polarization is not proportional to the applied electric field.
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This important property can be achieved by use of inorganic material which has nonlinear conductivity or nonlinear dielectric constant as filler material in insulant [4].
Most of the studies were carried out using these nonlinear dielectrics in power apparatus, operating at normal ambient temperature [8].
Nonlinear dielectric slot waveguides, which confine light in a low-index nonlinear region between high index materials based on the discontinuity of normal electric field components at the interface, have shown a remarkable ability for all optical Kerr switching devices because the light can be confined beyond the diffraction limit in a direction perpendicular to the slot.
As a full-featured system in support of high-resolution and multifunctional AFM imaging, the microscope offers a variety of advanced modes, including the proprietary sampling intelligent scan and scanning nonlinear dielectric microscopy, which can deliver previously unattainable results for challenging samples.
We study a structure with the holes infiltrated by a generic nonlinear dielectric and retrieve its nonlinearities using method described in [3235].
Both electric and magnetic third-order susceptibilities can be retrieved despite that only electric third-order nonlinear dielectric was added in the fishnet structure, this is because the magnetic resonant nature of the MMs [35].
Then the corresponding material figure of merit of the nonlinear dielectric alone is
For both the two cases, the material FOM show peak values that are two orders of magnitude larger than the embedding nonlinear dielectric alone.
For both the two cases, the conversion efficiencies show peak values that are four orders of magnitude larger than the embedding nonlinear dielectric alone.
Levush, "Traveling-wave tube devices with nonlinear dielectric elements," IEEE Trans.
Johnson, "Microwave Properties of Ceramic Nonlinear Dielectrics," M.
Roberts, "Barium Titanate and Barium-Strontium Titanate as Nonlinear Dielectrics," PhD.

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