Presentation Help :- Vaccum as Dielectric - Properties & Uses

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I have a powerpoint presentation and I don't really understand this topic . I have looked up for vaccum and dielectric materials individually and separately but still there is no success.

I found one website very useful but I am not sure is this a same thing. Please help !


http://www.ami.ac.uk/courses/topics/0184_dp/index.html [Broken]


I have this presentation in less than 48 hrs so a quick and accurate help will be much appreciated !!
 
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hi aliz! :smile:

i assume that air as dielectric will be just as good …

if so, try googling "air dielectric capacitor" :wink:
 
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I have a powerpoint presentation and I don't really understand this topic . I have looked up for vaccum and dielectric materials individually and separately but still there is no success.

I found one website very useful but I am not sure is this a same thing. Please help !


http://www.ami.ac.uk/courses/topics/0184_dp/index.html [Broken]


I have this presentation in less than 48 hrs so a quick and accurate help will be much appreciated !!

I am not sure what your question is.
However, vacuum is not really a dielectric. For example it cannot be polarized in a field and it has no dielectric breakdown. It is an insulator though.
 
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