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By Yuri P. Kalmykov, William T. Coffey, Stuart A. Rice

Fractals, Diffusion, and rest in Disordered complicated platforms is a different guest-edited, two-part quantity of Advances in Chemical Physics that maintains to file contemporary advances with major, updated chapters by means of the world over well-known researchers.

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Figure 8. Three-dimensional plots of the frequency and temperature dependence of the dielectric permittivity e0 (a) and dielectric losses e00 (b) for AOT–water–decane microemulsion. (Reproduced with permission from Ref. 143. ) dielectric relaxation phenomena in complex materials 35 Figure 9. The three-dimensional plot of experimental dipole correlation function versus time and temperature. 5oC. (Reproduced with permission from Ref. 47. ) regarding the transient cluster morphology on the mesoscale reflecting the dynamical character of percolation.

Thus, the relationship between the parameters of equations (21) and (25) seems to be valid only asymptotically. In summary, we must say that unfortunately there is as yet no generally acknowledged opinion about the origin of the non-Debye dielectric response. However, there exist a significant number of different models which have been elaborated to describe non-Debye relaxation in some particular cases. In general these models can be separated into three main classes: a. The models comprising the first class are based on the idea of a relaxation time distribution and regard non-Debye relaxation as a cumulative effect arising from the combination of a large number of microscopic relaxation events obeying the appropriate distribution function.

Reproduced with permission from Ref. 113. ) In the case of the lumped capacitance approximation the configurations in Figure 5a,b have high-frequency limitations, and for highly polar systems one must take into account the finite propagation velocity of the incident pulse [82–86,113]. The choice of sample cell shape is determined to a high extent by the aggregate condition of the system under study. While cell (a) is convenient to measure liquids, configuration (b) is more suitable for the study of solid disks, crystals [115,126], and films.

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