Re: dielectric material
Bismuth, being a metal, is a conductor, and doesn't have a dielectric
rating per se...
Ruby mica is probably the highest breakdown strength of commonly available
The various ceramic compounds used in capacitors are probably the highest
dielectric constant (epsilon). Barium Titanate would be a good example.
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> Subject: dielectric material
> Date: Thursday, July 15, 1999 3:29 PM
> Original Poster: "gimpieLAPTOP" <gimpie-at-tsa-dot-net>
> A question please. What is the dielectric material with the highest
> rating? Would that be Bismuth?
> a newbie to coiling.