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A Study on Properties of C-V of Silicone Rubber due to Electrode Materials
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Properties of C-V of Silicone Rubber due to Electrode Materials
Lee, Sung Ill;
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 Abstract
In this study, the properties of C-V degradation for thermal conductivity silicone rubber sample which is attached by copper-copper, copper-aluminum, aluminum-aluminum on upper-side and under-side has been measured at temperature of . The results of this study are as follows. In case the frequency is increased, it found that the electrostatic capacity increased with increasing temperature to , , regardless of kind of electrode. It found that the electrostatic capacity increased with becoming high temperature range of frequency regardless of kind of electrode. This result is considered to be caused by thermal absorption on the thermal conductivity silicone rubber sample. It found that the electrostatic capacity decreased with increasing temperature and frequency. This result is considered to be caused by molecular motion of C-F radical or OH radical.
 Keywords
Electrostatic capacity;Dielectric loss frequency and temperature;
 Language
Korean
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