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DATE

1969-10

AUTHORS

J. E. Algie

ABSTRACT

This paper contains data on the dielectric properties of wool with a range of water contents up to 30%, at temperatures of 0.5°, 21°, 32°, 48°, 70°, and 90 °C and for frequencies from 80 c/sec to 1.6 Mc/sec.The dielectric loss data can be analysed into three absorption bands α, α′ andβ. Theα absorption is probably due to the motion of main chains, the α′ band is due to adsorbed water and theβ band is probably associated with the motion of side chains.Water acts as a plasticiser and it is shown that a plot of the dielectric dispersion against water content does not show a discontinuity indicating that there is no abrupt change in the nature of the absorbed water. More... »

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1069-1078

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1965-04. The viscoelasticity and structure of keratin and collagen in COLLOID AND POLYMER SCIENCE
  • 1968-03. Some dielectric properties of dry keratin in COLLOID AND POLYMER SCIENCE
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