## Principles of Electricity and Electromagnetism |

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The values of the permanent electric moments associated with polar molecules

which are determined by measuring the temperature variation of the

constant of these gases are also very small in terms of ordinary units. However ...

The values of the permanent electric moments associated with polar molecules

which are determined by measuring the temperature variation of the

**dielectric**constant of these gases are also very small in terms of ordinary units. However ...

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Certain colloidal suspensions of particles with large dipole moments display

extremely high

good insulators as gases or certain types of solids. A certain small proportion of

the ...

Certain colloidal suspensions of particles with large dipole moments display

extremely high

**dielectric**constants, of the order of 102 or 108. Liquids are not asgood insulators as gases or certain types of solids. A certain small proportion of

the ...

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If the

energy of charge is not liberated on discharge, power is dissipated in the

condenser. The power loss that occurs in a condenser depends on the nature of

the

If the

**dielectric**has some conductivity or if owing to molecular friction all theenergy of charge is not liberated on discharge, power is dissipated in the

condenser. The power loss that occurs in a condenser depends on the nature of

the

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