[ US /ˌdaɪəˈɫɛktɹɪk/ ]
[ UK /da‍ɪ‍əlˈɛktɹɪk/ ]
  1. a material such as glass or porcelain with negligible electrical or thermal conductivity
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How To Use dielectric In A Sentence

  • Thus in the case of any electrified body, acting on an unelectrified body at a distance, it has to be definitely understood that _the action at a distance_ is alone communicated and propagated by the dielectric or medium which exists between the two bodies. Aether and Gravitation
  • Measured data may include electrical properties of the volume of interest such as conductivity and dielectric constant.
  • Therefore, the octane number can be obtained by measuring the dielectric constant with the capacitive sensor.
  • However, because of its all dielectric composition and design, Zhang says the cloak is relatively easy to fabricate and should be upwardly scalable. The Crimes of the Future | Heretical Ideas Magazine
  • The team used a conventional damascene process to deposit the copper metal in the grooves of a dielectric material carried on 250 mm wafers.
  • The basic assumption is that electronic dielectric response is everywhere uniform.
  • An additional layer of the second dielectric material is on some of the metal contacts, linings and filled spaces.
  • Due to the dielectric isolation of the measurement circuit layer, the sensor can work steadily under high temperature and possesses greater excess temperature tolerance.
  • However since the cap's high-k dielectric's electrostriction signal is in antiphase with the M-E delta mass signal for this test series, the data does take some educated interpretation instead of just a clean yes/no answer to the question of do mass fluctuations exist under the required conditions. Next Big Future
  • Dielectric constants of nonpolar solvents arise from induced dipoles.
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