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Radio frequency functional capacitors made of all-organic composites of thiourea in field-responsive polymers
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By incorporating an organic high dielectric constant ferroelectric crystal, thiourea, in field-responsive polymers, we fabricated radio frequency functional all-organic and solution-processable dielectriccomposites. Two field-responsive polymer matrices with polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) and -conjugated tris(8-hydroxyquinoline)aluminum(III) inclusions were used to fabricate six model high-capacitordevices. Promising frequency-independent capacitance density of about up to with an estimated was obtained from the model systems except when thin interpenetrating PVDF crystals formed within the amorphous matrix. These structures displayed significantly lower capacitance density . High-composites with low loss tangent could be implemented in flexible electronics.
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