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Steatite has a permittivity of approximately 8-0 and other materials may give permittivities between 6Ό and 15-0. Their performance at high frequencies, from about 50 kc/s upwards, is excellent. The power factor is reasonably low FIXED AND VARIABLE CAPACITORS 39 (0-001), approaching that of mica. The temperature coefficient is between +80 and +120 ppm/°C and the capacitors are normally very cyclic in behaviour. The temperature coefficients vary less between different batches than for capacitors of any other dielectric except glass and vacuum.
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Electronic Components Tubes and Transistors by G. W. A. Dummer and N. Hiller (Auth.)