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What is mean by linear isotropic dielectric?
A linear isotropic dielectric is a dielectric in which the permittivity is a scalar and has equal value at all direction.In terms of electric field, the expression is K=EE0, where E is the net electric field and E0 is external electric field.
What is non linear dielectric?
[′nän‚lin·ē·ər ‚dī·ə′lek·trik] (electricity) A dielectric whose polarization is not proportional to the applied electric field.
What is the condition for linear dielectrics?
We define a linear dielectric as one where the polarization at a point in the dielectric is proportional to the electric field at the point. The quantity is known as the electric susceptibility.
What are polar and nonpolar dielectrics?
Polar dielectrics are the polar compounds that do not conduct electricity. Non polar dielectrics are the non-polar compounds that do not conduct electricity. Shape of these dielectrics are asymmetric.
What is meant by homogeneous dielectric?
Homogeneous dielectric means that dielectric constant is not the function of coordinates. Isotropic dielectric means that at any given point inside the dielectric , the dielectric constant (and hence ) is same in all directions, which ,means that all off diagonal elements in the matrix are zero.
What do you mean by linear and non linear dielectric?
Linear dielectrics are referred to as dielectrics (insulators) whose dielectric constant increases linearly with the applied. electric eld accompanied by an increase in the polarisation. Additionally, there is a special class of dielectrics called non-linear.
What is ferroelectric effect?
Ferroelectricity is a characteristic of certain materials that have a spontaneous electric polarization that can be reversed by the application of an external electric field.
What is a perfect dielectric?
A perfect dielectric is a material with zero electrical conductivity (cf. perfect conductor infinite electrical conductivity), thus exhibiting only a displacement current; therefore it stores and returns electrical energy as if it were an ideal capacitor.
What are the boundary conditions for perfect dielectric materials?
Chapter 6 Dielectrics and Capacitance Boundary Conditions for Perfect Dielectric Materials The direction of E on each side of the boundary is identical with the direction of D, because D = εE.