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  • ...'''E''''',}} where &epsilon;<sub>0</sub> is the [[electric constant]]. The relative permittivity describes the ease by which a dielectric medium may be polarized. ...ectric susceptibility''', denoted by ''&chi;<sub>e</sub>'', related to the relative permittivity in [[SI units]] by:<ref name=Zhang>
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  • #REDIRECT [[Relative permittivity]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Relative permittivity]]
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  • ...can be solid, liquid or gas; its important characterizing property is the relative permittivity (aka dielectric constant).
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  • connects the relative permittivity ε<sub>r</sub> of a dielectric to the polarizability α of the atoms or mol
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  • {{r|Relative permittivity}}
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  • <tr> <td> '''Dielectric''' <td> '''Relative permittivity &epsilon;<sub>r</sub>''' ...lon;<sub>r</sub> (formerly this was known as the dielectric constant). The relative permittivity describes the ease of the polarization of the material and determines the s
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  • {{r|Relative permittivity}}
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  • ...ub>0</sub> is the [[electric constant]] and &epsilon;<sub>r</sub> is the [[relative permittivity]] of the dielectric. In [[Gaussian units]] &epsilon;<sub>0</sub> does not ...On the left vacuum between the plates and on the right a dielectric with relative permittivity &epsilon;<sub>r</sub>. Absolute values of surface charge densities are indi
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  • ...'''E''''',}} where &epsilon;<sub>0</sub> is the [[electric constant]]. The relative permittivity describes the ease by which a dielectric medium may be polarized. ...ectric susceptibility''', denoted by ''&chi;<sub>e</sub>'', related to the relative permittivity in [[SI units]] by:<ref name=Zhang>
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  • ...materials and long wavelengths) equal to the square root of the static [[relative permittivity]] (formerly known as static relative dielectric constant) &epsilon;<sub>r</
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  • ...lity]] &alpha; of the atoms or molecules constituting the dielectric. The relative permittivity is a bulk (macroscopic) property and polarizability is a microscopic proper
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  • ...intervening medium, while Coulomb's law contains a factor (the static [[relative permittivity]] &epsilon;<sub>r</sub>, also known as dielectric constant) depending on t ...so known as relative dielectric constant) of the medium, respectively. The relative permittivity of air (&epsilon;<sub>''r''</sub> = 1.000536 at ambient temperature and pre
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  • ...o the electric field '''E''' times &epsilon;. The latter quantity is the [[relative permittivity]] &epsilon;<sub>r</sub> times the [[electric constant]] &epsilon;<sub>0</su
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  • The relative permittivity &mu;<sub>r</sub> may be greater than or less than 1. For simple media, if
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