TITLE

New sample cell configuration for wide-frequency dielectric spectroscopy: DC to radio frequencies

AUTHOR(S)
Nakanishi, Masahiro; Sasaki, Yasutaka; Nozaki, Ryusuke
PUB. DATE
December 2010
SOURCE
Review of Scientific Instruments;Dec2010, Vol. 81 Issue 12, p123902
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A new configuration for the sample cell to be used in broadband dielectric spectroscopy is presented. A coaxial structure with a parallel plate capacitor (outward parallel plate cell: OPPC) has made it possible to extend the frequency range significantly in comparison with the frequency range of the conventional configuration. In the proposed configuration, stray inductance is significantly decreased; consequently, the upper bound of the frequency range is improved by two orders of magnitude from the upper limit of conventional parallel plate capacitor (1 MHz). Furthermore, the value of capacitance is kept high by using a parallel plate configuration. Therefore, the precision of the capacitance measurement in the lower frequency range remains sufficiently high. Finally, OPPC can cover a wide frequency range (100 Hz-1 GHz) with an appropriate admittance measuring apparatus such as an impedance or network analyzer. The OPPC and the conventional dielectric cell are compared by examining the frequency dependence of the complex permittivity for several polar liquids and polymeric films.
ACCESSION #
65091160

 

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