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Journal of Materials Science

, Volume 30, Issue 20, pp 5237–5240 | Cite as

The dielectric relaxation time of collagen over a wide temperature range

  • E. Marzec
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Abstract

The dielectric properties of collagen were measured at two hydration levels over a frequency range of 101–105 Hz and at temperatures from 298–470 K. In the low-frequency range, dielectric dispersion was observed which results from Maxwell-Wagner-Sillars polarization. The relaxation times for a collagen sample containing loosely bound water were shorter than for a collagen sample containing only structural water in the temperature range 298–390 K. Above 390 K, continuous decrease in the relaxation times was observed for both samples.

Keywords

Collagen Polymer Hydration Relaxation Time Dielectric Property 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. Marzec
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  1. 1.Department of BiophysicsAcademy of MedicinePoznańPoland

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