Narasimhan, PT (1955) Temperature dependence of the dielectric constant of diamond. In: Proceedings of the Physical Society. Section B, 68 (5). pp. 315-318.
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The temperature dependence of the dielectric constant of diamond has been measured over the temperature range 50-2OO"c. The value of E-ldc dT over this range is + 1 x 10-j. Details of the method of measuring the temperature coefficient of dielectric constant are also given. The magnitude and sign of c-ldc, dT for diamond has been theoretically calculated using Maxwell's relationship and Kramers-Heisenberg theory. The agreement between theoretical and experimental values is extremely good.
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|Date Deposited:||18 Nov 2009 09:41|
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