Electrophysical characteristics of several organic compounds at high pressures and high pressures combined with shearing strains View Full Text


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1979-10

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V. A. Zhorin, A. V. Maksimychev, A. T. Ponomarenko, N. S. Enikolopyan

ABSTRACT

The application of high pressures results in an increase in the dielectric constant of organic compounds, which may be attributed to distortions of the distribution of the electron density in the molecules and an increase in the effective dipole moments. Increasing the temperature causes an increase in the dielectric constant of the organic compounds investigated, and compression under heating conditions is accompanied by irreversible effects.High pressures reduce the conductivity of some organic compounds due to an increase in the number of defects in the crystals. However, in the case of compounds with strong hydrogen bonds (maleic acid), high pressures can increase the conductivity. The conductivity of the compounds investigated increased during plastic deformation, and this is apparently due to the excitation of the molecules upon absorption of the elastic energy liberated. The application of high pressures results in an increase in the dielectric constant of organic compounds, which may be attributed to distortions of the distribution of the electron density in the molecules and an increase in the effective dipole moments. Increasing the temperature causes an increase in the dielectric constant of the organic compounds investigated, and compression under heating conditions is accompanied by irreversible effects. High pressures reduce the conductivity of some organic compounds due to an increase in the number of defects in the crystals. However, in the case of compounds with strong hydrogen bonds (maleic acid), high pressures can increase the conductivity. The conductivity of the compounds investigated increased during plastic deformation, and this is apparently due to the excitation of the molecules upon absorption of the elastic energy liberated. More... »

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2078-2082

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