RESEARCH TOPICS

Dielectric Materials

Oxides, Proteins, Ionic Solutions, Blood

  • "Dielectric signatures of lattice instabilities at 32K and 245K in La2-ySryMO4+x (M = Cu, Ni) Cuprates and Nickelates" arXiv:cond-mat/0108342 (2001)
  • Onset of dielectric modes at 110K and 60K due to local lattice distortions in non-superconducting YBCO6.0 crystals Phys. Rev. B, 63, 92508 (2001)
  • Precision microwave dielectric and magnetic susceptibility measurements of correlated electronic materials using superconducting cavities Rev. Sci. Instr., 71, 3151 (2000)
  • Hydration shells of protein molecules J. Phys. Chem., 98, 6644 (1994)
  • A new graphical representation of the frequency dependent complex dielectric function J. Chem. Phys., 99, 3119 (1993)
  • Relationships between the dielectric and structural properties of supercooled LiCl:RH2O solutions "J. Mol. Liquids, Robert Cole Memorial Issue ", 56, 259 (1993)
  • Simulated biological materials at microwave frequencies for the study of electromagnetic hyperthermia IEEE EMBS Digest, 1992
  • Biological applications of a technique for broadband complex permittivity measurements "MTT-S Digest", 1992
  • Ion size effects on the dynamic and static dielectric properties of aqueous alkali halide solutions J. Chem. Phys., 96, 4569 (1992)
  • Radiation corrected technique open-ended coax line technique for the measurement of dielectric constants of liquids upto 40 GHz IEEE MTT, 39, 526 (1991)
  • Dielectric spectroscopy upto 20 GHz of LiCl/H2O solutions J. Chem. Phys., 92, 923 (1990)
  • A technique for measuring complex dielectric constants of liquids upto 20 GHz Rev. Sci. Instr., 60, 3041 (1989)
  • High frequency structural relaxation in a supercooled liquid J. Chem. Phys., 88, 1170 (1988)

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