vacuum capacitor

vacuum capacitor

[′vak·yəm kə′pas·əd·ər]
(electricity)
A capacitor with separated metal plates or cylinders mounted in an evacuated glass envelope to obtain a high breakdown voltage rating.
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Where: Cp is parallel capacitance and [C.sub.o] is vacuum capacitor of (Ag-PMMA) nanocomposites with the frequency of applied field.
Fig.9 shows the variation of the dielectric constant ([[epsilon].sup.-] = [C.sub.p]/[C.sub.o] where: [C.sub.p] is parallel capacitance and [C.sub.o] is vacuum capacitor).
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