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INDUCED REVERSAL OF ELECTRETS
1.A. N. Gubkin, Electrets (Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1961).
2.G. M. Sessler and J. West, J. Electrochem. Soc. 115, 836 (1968).
3.Cornelius W. Reedyk, Electrets and Related Electrostatic Charge Storage Phenomena (The Electrochemical Society, New York, 1968), pp. 104–108.
4.Oleg Jefimenko and David K. Walker, in Conference on Dielectric Instruments, Measurements and Applications (IEE, London, 1970), pp. 146–149.
5.See, for example, V. Fridkin and I. Zheludev, Photoelectrets and the Electrophotographic Process (Consultants Bureau Enterprises, Inc., New York, 1961).
6.The “stable period” may be defined as beginning at a time when the effective surface charge builds up to about 75% of its final value.
7.David K. Walker, thesis, W. Va. University, 1968 (unpublished).
8.A. N. Gubkin, Soviet Phys. Tech. Phys. 2, 1813 (1957).
9.For a recent review, see Martin M. Perlman, Electrets and Related Electrostatic Charge Storage Phenomena (The Electrochemical Society, New York, 1968), pp. 3–5.
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