Our news editors obtained a quote from the research, "Here, we will investigate the characteristic magnetic-field-dependent dielectric response of such an inhomogeneous system using exact calculations and numerical simulations of conductor-dielectric composites. In particular, we will show that even simple conductor-dielectric layers exhibit a magneto-capacitance, and thus random bulk inhomogeneities are not a requirement for this effect. Indeed, this work essentially provides a natural generalization of the Maxwell-Wagner effect to finite magnetic field."
According to the news editors, the research concluded: "We will also discuss how this phenomenon has already been observed experimentally in some materials."
For more information on this research see: Magnetocapacitance without magnetism. Philosophical Transactions, 2014;372(2009):20120452 (see also Science).
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