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dielectric constant

noun, Electricity
Origin of dielectric constant
1870-1875
1870-75
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Examples from the web for dielectric constant
  • The real and imaginary part of the dielectric constant.
  • When cooking temperature increased, the dielectric constant increased, while the loss factor and depth of penetration decreased.
  • However, there generally exists an inverse relationship between dielectric constant and dielectric breakdown strength.
British Dictionary definitions for dielectric constant

dielectric constant

noun
1.
another name for relative permittivity
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