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Dielectric losses at room temperature (close to 10À3 ) and can reach fusion temperatures in several minutes in a microwave cavity . This eﬀect is a consequence of a strong increase of conduction losses associated with thermal activation of the electrons which pass from the oxygen 2p valence band to the 3s3p conduction band. In solids, moreover, conduction losses are usually enhanced by material defects which sharply reduce the energy gap between the valence and conduction bands. Because conduction losses are high for carbon black powder, the material can be used as lossy impurities or additives to induce losses within solids for which dielectric losses are too small.
13. Argand’s diagram for diﬀerent values of conductivity (SmÀ1 ). This plot of experimental values is a convenient graphical test of the applicability of Debye’s model. The eﬀect of the last term on the shape of the diagram can be seen in Fig. 13. The larger the conductivity, the further the actual diagram departs from Debye’s semicircle. The Cole–Cole model Argand’s diagram for many polar molecules in the liquid phase is actually a semicircle as predicted by Debye’s model. Typical examples are pure alcohols or symmetrical molecules such as chlorobenzene in a nonpolar solvent (alkane).
The dipole moment usually represented by the symbol m is approximately 10À18 Coulomb (the electronic charge is of the order of 10À10 SI units whereas d will be of order of molecular dimensions – 10À10 m). The unit 10À18 Cb m is called the Debye (abbreviation D). The magnitude of the dipole moment depends on the size and symmetry of the molecule. Molecules with a center of symmetry, for example methane, carbon tetrachloride, and benzene are apolar (zero dipole moment) whereas molecules with no center of symmetry are polar.