ポリエチレンテレフタレートサクシネートにおける電気伝導と誘電緩和 [in Japanese] Electrical Conduction and Dielectric Relaxation in Polyethylene Terephthalate Succinate [in Japanese]
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Electrical conduction and complex permittivity are examined in polyethylene terephthalate succinate, focusing on their relations to dielectric relaxation processes. Both the real and imaginary parts of complex permittivity, namely dielectric constant ε<sub>r</sub>' and dielectric loss factor ε<sub>r</sub>'', increase with a decrease in frequency, especially at high temperatures. They are both ascribed to the transport of ionic mobile carriers. Namely, the carrier transport forms conduction current that should contribute to ε<sub>r</sub>''. On this occasion, if charge exchange does not occur at the two electrodes, heterocharge layers should be formed before the electrodes. This should increase the charge density on the electrodes, thus contributing to ε<sub>r</sub>'. In addition to the increase in ε<sub>r</sub>' and ε<sub>r</sub>'' due to mobile ions, two relaxation processes, one due to micro-Brownian motion of dipoles and the other due to orientation and magnitude change of the dipole moment induced by two end groups in the polymer main chain, are observed. Corresponding to these two relaxation processes, two thermally stimulated discharge current (TSDC) peaks appear. The two TSDC peaks as well as the increment in ε<sub>r</sub>' and ε<sub>r</sub>'' become larger when the crystallinity of the sample decreases.
- IEEJ Transactions on Fundamentals and Materials
IEEJ Transactions on Fundamentals and Materials 128(7), 490-496, 2008-07-01
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan