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Dipolar glass polymers containing polarizable groups as dielectric materials for energy storage applications. A minireview

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Bonardd, S. ; Moreno-Serna, V. ; Kortaberria, G. ; Diaz Diaz, David
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Materials that have high dielectric constants, high energy densities and minimum dielectric losses are highly desirable for use in capacitor devices. In this sense, polymers and polymer blends have several advantages over inorganic and composite materials, such as their flexibilities, high breakdown strengths, and low dielectric losses. Moreover, the dielectric performance of a polymer depends ...


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