Dielectric constants of some materials

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Dielectric constants of some materials
(at room temperature)
material dielectric constant
vacuum 1.0
air 1.0006
oil 2.2
polyethylene 2.26
beeswax 2.8
fused quartz 3.78
water 80
calcium titanate 168
barium titanate 1,250
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