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Liquid State Electronics of Insulating Liquids

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Under certain conditions, liquids that usually do not conduct electrical currents become conductors, a phenomenon that is of interest to scientists in several different fields. In Liquid State Electronics of Insulating Liquids, one of the world's leading experts in dielectric liquids discusses the theoretical basis and the experiments on electronic conduction in nonpolar liquids. It provides a sound description of the concepts involved in electronic and ionic charge transport in these liquids. This text also includes ...

Liquid State Electronics of Insulating Liquids 1997, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL

ISBN-13: 9780849344459

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