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Beginning with a complete discussion of the fundamentals of dielectric spectroscopy, this book examines in detail the methods used in data modeling and in such specialized techniques as high-frequency dielectric measurements and thermally stimulated currents. The book covers applications in a range of polymeric systems including solutions, blends, and liquid crystals.
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"Dielectric spectroscopy is a powerful tool for the investigation of dynamics of complex solid polymer systems, liquid crystals and blends, polymer solutions, and polymerization and curing reactions. This together with advances in instrumentation, theory, and modeling, initiated renewed interest in the field in the past decade. The editors felt that there was a lack of an up-to-date monograph giving broad coverage to the discipline and invited recognized experts in the various subject areas to contribute to the present book. . . .Academic and industrial chemists, physicists, chemical engineers, and materials scientists will find this reference book a most useful source of up-to-date information." --Colloid & Polymer Science
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