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English: An illustration of the frequency response of various dielectric mechanisms in terms of the real and imaginary parts of the permittivity. Image used with the consent of Prof. Kenneth A. Mauritz (see source page and https://web.archive.org/web/20120204055232/http://www.psrc.usm.edu/mauritz/dilect.html).

As of 2008-04-26, the image is found on the Dielectric spectroscopy page [1] ("Written by: Beau Lambert (Partially From His Master's Research)") of the research group of Dr. Kenneth A. Mauritz.

Previous versions are at Image:Dielectric_responses.jpg and Image:Dielectric_responses.png.
Русский: Иллюстрация отклика различных диэлектрических механизмов в терминах действительной и мнимой частей диэлектрической проницаемости
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  • 2008-04-29 08:20 Archimerged 454×370× (6113 bytes) Rounded coordinates, removed indentation, unnecessary id="", etc., dropped file size 7551 to 6113.
  • 2008-04-28 23:35 Archimerged 454×370× (7551 bytes) Try again for a clean rasterized version... {{attribution}}
  • 2008-04-28 23:10 Archimerged 454×370× (7674 bytes) Replaced all style="a:b;c:d" with a="b" c="d" as this may fix the problem with librxml {{attribution}}
  • 2008-04-28 22:40 Archimerged 454×370× (7621 bytes) Added more fill="none". {{Attribution}}
  • 2008-04-28 22:35 Archimerged 454×370× (7597 bytes) Hand-edited to reduce size. Hoping the rasterizer will work on this version. {{attribution}}
  • 2008-04-27 11:26 Archimerged 454×370× (62442 bytes) Reverted to version as of 18:52, 26 April 2008. Wikipedia's convert to png failed.
  • 2008-04-27 11:15 Archimerged 454×370× (12048 bytes) Plain svg optimized for size. Inkscape doesn't care much about size of the XML. Use clones, never convert text to path (I thought I needed to before I could scale it), always use snap to grid, etc. ... This version doesn't have exactly the same layout a
  • 2008-04-26 18:52 Archimerged 454×370× (62442 bytes) SVG version without the original jpeg layer. See comments attached to first upload. {{attribution}}
  • 2008-04-26 18:50 Archimerged 454×370× (63018 bytes) http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/archive/f/f1/20060123223513%21Dielectric_responses.jpg This is SVG version of the previously used image. Previous image pages were http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Dielectric_responses.jpg and http://en.wikipedi

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current10:03, 11 October 2010Thumbnail for version as of 10:03, 11 October 2010450 × 400 (35 KB)Pieter Kuiperdepolar -> dipolar, see en:Talk:Permittivity#Dielectric Spectrum diagram and previous version
11:01, 31 August 2010Thumbnail for version as of 11:01, 31 August 2010450 × 400 (35 KB)Cepheidenadd color and axis labeling
06:20, 12 May 2009Thumbnail for version as of 06:20, 12 May 2009454 × 370 (6 KB)老陳{{Information |Description={{en|An illustration of the en:frequency response of various en:dielectric mechanisms in terms of the real and imaginary parts of the en:permittivity. Image used with the consent of Prof. Kenneth A. Mauritz (se
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