Dielectric dispersion in solutions of copper-cellulose nitrate complex
Polymer and Materials
Wiley InterScience Backfile Collection 1832-2000
Chemistry and Pharmacology
The dielectric dispersion of solutions of cellulose nitrate has been reaffirmed; however, the dispersion has been attributed to the formation of a copper-cellulose nitrate complex. The phenomena can be explained in the light of present theories as a resonance phenomena and occurs in the unusual frequency region of 100 to 500 kc. The variation in the dispersion frequency can be explained in terms of a “lumped constant”, oscillating, polymer aggregate. The general properties of a stiffened random coil are experimentally confirmed.
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