VALUES FOR SCATTERING BY DIELECTRIC SPHERES IN THE REGION OF THE FIRST RESONANCE.
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The scattering intensity as a function of sphere size in wavelengths was plotted for H-plane scattering at 90 degrees in the region of the first resonance. Graphs of K the dielectric constant from 5 to 24 and tan delta the loss tangent from 0.001 to 0.2 are presented for nonmagnetic spheres in vacuo. The purpose of these data is to serve as a comparison standard in evaluating K and tan delta by scattering measurements on a spherical sample. The experimental method is described in A Method of Determining the Dielectric Constant Applicable to High Temperatures, published in the Proceedings of the OSU-RTD Electromagnetic Window Symposium, Vol. III, June 1964. Author
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