Dielectric properties of a water molecule pinned on the surface of a solid body
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A model of the polarization of a water molecule pinned on the surface of a solid body by oxygen and hydrogen ions is studied. As the dielectric constant increases, the spark-over voltage of solid dielectrics decreases. The character of the contaminated surface (alkaline or acid) at the operating locations must be taken into account when designing insulators.
KeywordsWater Molecule Dipole Moment External Field Solid Body Molecular Water
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