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Dielectric relaxation as a chemical rate process
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Whenever the rate of a physical process depends markedly on temperature, it is quite certain that at some stage in the process a molecule or the other is forced to wait until it has acquired by thermal fluctuation , a considerable amount of energy in excess of the average thermal energy of the medium.Now the factors which govern the rate of acquiring large amount of energy through thermal fluctuations have long been object of study by chemists so far a s rates chemical reactions are concerned.As present time fairly complete ideas about these factore have been developed, so that we can apply these ideas to explain dielectric relaxation process.
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