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high dielectric constant, low surface tension liquids

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr. P.P.Pradyumnan Oct 20, 2009. 1 Reply

I am searching for the liquid which has the high dielectric constant, low surface tension and insoluble in water for my project. Please help me to find it.

 

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Dr. P.P.Pradyumnan replied to naresh's discussion high dielectric constant, low surface tension liquids
"Oils from plant extracts showing higher dielectric constants and low ST. Dr.P.P.Pradyumnan Reader in Physics University of Calicut drpradyumnan@gmail.com"
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high dielectric constant, low surface tension liquids

I am searching for the liquid which has the high dielectric constant, low surface tension and insoluble in water for my project. Please help me to find it.
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naresh commented on zeynep meric's blog post ito thin films
"yaaa... i have etched the ITO with hydrochloric acid and iron chloride. i'm afriad, i don't have the photos of the sample. i would like to fabricate the OLED in next week. if i do this work in next week, then i will send the photos."
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"atomic ratio"
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"use the hydrochloric acid and iron chloride (1:1) mixer"
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