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Title: STUDIES OF TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF DIELECTRIC BREAKDOWN FIELD IN MOLECULAR LANGMUIR FILMS
Authors: Agarwal, Devendra Kumar
Keywords: PHYSICS
DIELECTRIC BREAKDOWN FIELD
MOLECULAR LANGMUIR FILMS
ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES
Issue Date: 1975
Abstract: Electrical properties of dielectric thin films have been a subject of intensive theoretical and experi-mental investigations for the last many years as these properties reveal their practicP1 applications as insulating layers. Technological interest produced a great increase inthe efforts devoted to this subject. • Particularly, interesting is the study of the dielectric ' breakdown behaviour of thin films. In the present work, 'built-up'.Langmuir films of metallic salts of fatty acids such as barium stearate etc. have been studied. These studies have been greatly enhanced because of their role in the theoretical development of the subject and a variety of some highly miniaturised solid state dielectric devices. Incidently, such 'built-up' films of barium stearate etc., have recently been proved promising from this point of view
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/5342
Other Identifiers: Ph.D
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