Relative permitivity, Physics

It is a measure of the extent up to which a material concentrates electrostatic lines of flux. It is the amount of the stored electrical energy when a potential is applied, relative to the permittivity of the vacuum. It is also known as dielectric constant.

  

 

 

 

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