Resistivity As Dynamic Behavior in Low Density Polyethylene

Citation data:

proceedings of the 13th Rocky Mountain NASA Space Grant Consortium NASA Fellowship Symposium

Publication Year:
2008
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Repository URL:
https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/physics_facpub/1468
Author(s):
Brunson, J.; Dennison, J.R
Publisher(s):
Rocky Mountain NASA Space Grant Consortium; Hosted by Utah State University Libraries
Tags:
resisitivity; polyethylene; Physics
article description
Bridging the gap between theoretical calculations and experimental data has been the focus of much of the research into the electrical behavior of insulating polymers. Low density polyethylene is the standard test material used in both experimental work and numerical calculations. Resistivity measurements provide more than an absolute value for technical use; they also provide insight into the nature of active charge carriers and trapping behavior within LDPE.