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Electrical insulators which can be polarized
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IEEE GHN Category [[Category:Engineered materials & dielectrics]]
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== Subcategories ==
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*'''[[:Category:Dielectric constant|Dielectric constant]]''' - also known as static relative permittivity, the relative permittivity for a material with a frequency of zero
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*'''[[:Category:Dielectric devices|Dielectric devices]]''' - devices that provide insulation and can be polarized by the application of an electrical field
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*'''[[:Category:Dielectric losses|Dielectric losses]]''' - the losses of electromagnetic energy in a dielectric material
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*'''[[:Category:Dielectric materials|Dielectric materials]]''' - materials that are poor conductors of electricity but are good at maintaining electrostatic fields, measured by how easily a material polarizes in response to an electrical field
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*'''[[:Category:Dielectric substrates|Dielectric substrates]]''' - material substrates to devices offering high dielectric susceptibility
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*'''[[:Category:Dielectrophoresis|Dielectrophoresis]]''' - or DEP, a situation in which force is exerted on a dielectric particle when it is in the range of a non-uniform electric field
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*'''[[:Category:Electrokinetics|Electrokinetics]]''' - electrical effects that occur in heterogeneous fluids
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*'''[[:Category:Electrostriction|Electrostriction]]''' - the property of all electrical non-conductors that cause them to alter their shape upon the application of an electric field
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Electrical insulators which can be polarized

A 1952 cable pothead on a 220-kV-oil-filled cable, cut open- Pirelli - Image by Dmm2va7
A 1952 cable pothead on a 220-kV-oil-filled cable, cut open- Pirelli - Image by Dmm2va7


Subcategories

  • Dielectric constant - also known as static relative permittivity, the relative permittivity for a material with a frequency of zero
  • Dielectric devices - devices that provide insulation and can be polarized by the application of an electrical field
  • Dielectric losses - the losses of electromagnetic energy in a dielectric material
  • Dielectric materials - materials that are poor conductors of electricity but are good at maintaining electrostatic fields, measured by how easily a material polarizes in response to an electrical field
  • Dielectric substrates - material substrates to devices offering high dielectric susceptibility
  • Dielectrophoresis - or DEP, a situation in which force is exerted on a dielectric particle when it is in the range of a non-uniform electric field
  • Electrokinetics - electrical effects that occur in heterogeneous fluids
  • Electrostriction - the property of all electrical non-conductors that cause them to alter their shape upon the application of an electric field

Subcategories

This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.

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