I have a 2 plates each coated with a layer of insulator (0.05 mm thick and dielectric constant 6), and the gap between these insulated plates (.5 mm) is filled with an ionic solution of conductivity 5 S/m and dielectric constant 80. Is it possible for me to conclude that I have equivalently 3 capacitors in series (insulator + solution + insulator) and compute the net capacitance.
I tried to do it, but the computed value seems to be less than the experimental result. Wat cud be the reason.
Also, if I wud appreciate if someone could suggest or send an equivalent circuit model for such a capacitor.
Thanks
sb
I tried to do it, but the computed value seems to be less than the experimental result. Wat cud be the reason.
Also, if I wud appreciate if someone could suggest or send an equivalent circuit model for such a capacitor.
Thanks
sb