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Posted by Brandon Johns on 6/13/2004, 9:26 am
Does anyone know where I could find information regarding the dielectric strength of aqueous solutions? I have been told that in using water as a dielectric, you must concerned about two things happening. The first being that if too high of a voltage is applied, the molecules of water will start to split apart. The second being dielectric breakdown when the electric field gets to be too high, and electrons are jump across the dielectric? Or at least this is what seems to be correct to me. Is this is true? And if anyone happened to know where I could referencable data on the breakdown characteristics of water, I would greatly appreciate it.
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