Thermally stimulated currents (TSC) of polarization and depolarization and the complex dielectric permittivity in laminar crystal hydrates are studied in talcum and gypsum as an example. A mechanism is proposed for dielectric relaxation as is also a method for determining the relaxer type and parameters.
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Timokhin, V.M., Tonkonogov, M.P. & Mironov, V.A. Relaxer types and parameters in crystal hydrates. Soviet Physics Journal 33, 967–972 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00895638
- Dielectric Permittivity
- Dielectric Relaxation
- Crystal Hydrate