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The dielectric constant for a soda–lime glass measured at very

The dielectric constant for a soda–lime glass measured at very

The dielectric constant for a soda–lime glass measured at very high frequencies (on the order of 1015 Hz) is approximately 2.3. What fraction of the dielectric constant at relatively low frequencies (1 MHz) is attributed to ionic polarization? Neglect any orientation polarization contributions.

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