Dielectric materials and applications
This classic set is a crucial landmark in the development of the field of dielectrics -- a field belonging not only to physics or chemistry, but also to modern electrical engineering. Featuring comprehensive coverage that has remained unsurpassed even by today's standards, this set's timeless value makes it a must-have for anyone with a serious interest in dielectric engineering.
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Survey Arthur von Hippel
B Molecular Properties of Dielectrics
Dielectric Measuring Techniques
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