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Orientation polarization and dielectric dispersion characteristics of nonpolar liquid solutions


Taking account of dipole-multipole interactions of molecules, the Debye dispersion ɛp — ɛ∞p is computed in nonpolar liquid solutions. The influence of the multipole interactions between molecules of different components of the solution on the Debye dispersion is demonstrated. It is shown that the theory is in good agreement with experiment for the solutions CCl4-C6H6, CCl4-CS2, C6H6-CS2, and C4H8O2-C6H6.

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Translated from Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Fizika, No. 11, pp. 13–17, November, 1986.

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Shevlyakov, V.V. Orientation polarization and dielectric dispersion characteristics of nonpolar liquid solutions. Soviet Physics Journal 29, 875–877 (1986).

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  • Liquid Solution
  • Dispersion Characteristic
  • Orientation Polarization
  • Dielectric Dispersion
  • Multipole Interaction