MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ABS RESIN, LUMP   2.4-4.1
ABS RESIN, PELLET   1.5-2.5
ACENAPHTHENE 70 3
ACETAL 70 3.6
ACETAL BROMIDE   16.5
ACETAL DOXIME 68 3.4
ACETALDEHYDE 41 21.8
ACETAMIDE 68 4
ACETAMIDE 180 59
ACETAMIDE   41
ACETANILIDE 71 2.9
ACETIC ACID 68 6.2
ACETIC ACID (36 DEGREES F) 36 4.1
ACETIC ANHYDRIDE 66 21
ACETONE 77 20.7
ACETONE 127 17.7
ACETONE 32 1.0159
ACETONITRILE 70 37.5
ACETOPHENONE 75 17.3
ACETOXIME 24 3
ACETYL ACETONE 68 23.1
ACETYL BROMIDE 68 16.5
ACETYL CHLORIDE 68 15.8
ACETYLE ACETONE 68 25
ACETYLENE 32 1.0217
ACETYLMETHYL HEXYL KETONE 66 27.9
ACRYLIC RESIN   2.7 - 4.5
ACTEAL 21 3.6
ACTETAMIDE   4
AIR   1
AIR (DRY) 68 1.000536
ALCOHOL, INDUSTRIAL   16-31
ALKYD RESIN   3.5-5
ALLYL ALCOHOL 58 22
ALLYL BROMIDE 66 7
ALLYL CHLORIDE 68 8.2
ALLYL IODIDE 66 6.1
ALLYL ISOTHIOCYANATE 64 17.2
ALLYL RESIN (CAST)   3.6 - 4.5
ALUMINA   9.3-11.5
ALUMINA   4.5
ALUMINA CHINA   3.1-3.9
ALUMINUM BROMIDE 212 3.4
ALUMINUM FLUORIDE   2.2
ALUMINUM HYDROXIDE   2.2
ALUMINUM OLEATE 68 2.4

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE   6
ALUMINUM POWDER   1.6-1.8
AMBER   2.8-2.9
AMINOALKYD RESIN   3.9-4.2
AMMONIA -74 25
AMMONIA -30 22
AMMONIA 40 18.9
AMMONIA 69 16.5
AMMONIA (GAS?) 32 1.0072
AMMONIUM BROMIDE   7.2
AMMONIUM CHLORIDE   7
AMYL ACETATE 68 5
AMYL ALCOHOL -180 35.5
AMYL ALCOHOL 68 15.8
AMYL ALCOHOL 140 11.2
AMYL BENZOATE 68 5.1
AMYL BROMIDE 50 6.3
AMYL CHLORIDE 52 6.6
AMYL ETHER 60 3.1
AMYL FORMATE 66 5.7
AMYL IODIDE 62 6.9
AMYL NITRATE 62 9.1
AMYL THIOCYANATE 68 17.4
AMYLAMINE 72 4.6
AMYLENE 70 2
AMYLENE BROMIDE 58 5.6
AMYLENETETRARARBOXYLATE 66 4.4
AMYLMERCAPTAN 68 4.7
ANILINE 32 7.8
ANILINE 68 7.3
ANILINE 212 5.5
ANILINE FORMALDEHYDE RESIN   3.5 - 3.6
ANILINE RESIN   3.4-3.8
ANISALDEHYDE 68 15.8
ANISALDOXINE 145 9.2
ANISOLE 68 4.3
ANITMONY TRICHLORIDE   5.3
ANTIMONY PENTACHLORIDE 68 3.2
ANTIMONY TRIBROMIDE 212 20.9
ANTIMONY TRICHLORIDE 166 33
ANTIMONY TRICHLORIDE   5.3
ANTIMONY TRICODIDE 347 13.9
APATITE   7.4

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ARGON -376 1.5
ARGON 68 1.000513
ARSENIC TRIBROMIDE 98 9
ARSENIC TRICHLORIDE 150 7
ARSENIC TRICHLORIDE 70 12.4
ARSENIC TRIIODIDE 302 7
ARSINE -148 2.5
ASBESTOS   3-3.5
ASBESTOS   4.8
ASH (FLY)   1.7 - 2.0
ASPHALT 75 2.6
ASPHALT, LIQUID   2.5-3.2
AZOXYANISOLE 122 2.3
AZOXYBENZENE 104 5.1
AZOXYPHENITOLE 302 6.8
BAKELITE   3.5-5.0
BALLAST   5.4-5.6
BALLMILL FEED (CEMENT)   4.5
BALM, REFUSE   3.1
BARIUM CHLORIDE   9.4
BARIUM CHLORIDE (ANHYD)   11
BARIUM CHLORIDE (2H20)   9.4
BARIUM NITRATE   5.8
BARIUM SULFATE 60 11.4
BARLEY FLOUR   3.0 - 4.0
BARLEY POWDER   3.0-4.0
BEESWAX   2.7 - 3.0
BENZAL CHLORIDE 68 6.9
BENZALDEHYDE 20 17.8
BENZALDEHYDE 68 17.8
BENZALDEHYDE 68 18
BENZALDOXIME 68 3.8
BENZENE 68 2.3
BENZENE 275 2.1
BENZENE 700 1.0028
BENZIL 202 13
BENZONITRILE 68 26
BENZOPHENONE 122 11.4
BENZOPHENONE 68 13
BENZOTRICHLORIDE 68 7.4
BENZOYL CHLORIDE 70 22.1
BENZOYL CHLORIDE 32 23
BENZOYLACETONE 68 29
BENZYL ACETATE 70 5
BENZYL ALCOHOL 68 13
BENZYL BENZOATE 68 4.8

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
BENZYL CHLORIDE 68 6.4
BENZYL CYANIDE 68 18.3
BENZYL CYANIDE 155 6
BENZYL SALICYLATE 68 4.1
BENZYLAMINE 68 4.6
BENZYLETHYLAMINE 68 4.3
BENZYLMETHYLAMINE 67 4.4
BERYL   6
BIPHENYL   20
BIWAX   2.5
BLEACHING POWDER   4.5
BONE BLACK   5.0-6.0
BORNYL ACETATE 70 4.6
BORON BROMIDE 32 2.6
BORONYL CHLORIDE 202 5.2
BROMACEYTAL BROMIDE   12.6
BROMAL 70 7.6
BROMINE 68 3.1
BROMINE 32 1.0128
BROMO-2-ETHOXYPENTANE 76 6.5
BROMOACETYL BROMIDE 68 12.6
BROMOANILINE 68 13
BROMOANISOLE 86 7.1
BROMOBENZENE 68 5.4
BROMOBUTYLENE 68 5.8
BROMOBUTYRIC ACID 68 7.2
BROMOCTADECANE   3.53
BROMODECANE 76 4.4
BROMODEODECANE 76 4.1
BROMODOCOSANE 130 3.1
BROMODOECANE 75 4.07
BROMOFORM 68 4.4
BROMOHEPTANE 76 5.3
BROMOHEXADECANE 76 3.7
BROMOHEXANE 76 5.8
BROMOISOVALERIC ACID 68 6.5
BROMOMETHANE 32 9.8
BROMONAPTHALENE 66 5.1
BROMOOCTADECANE 86 3.5
BROMOPENTADECANE 68 3.9
BROMOPHROPIONIC ACID 68 11
BROMOTOLUENE 68 5.1
BROMOTRIDECANE 50 4.2
BROMOUNDECANE 15 4.7

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
BRONYL CHLORIDE 94 5.21
BUTANE 30 1.4
BUTANOL (1) 68 17.8
BUTANONE 68 18.5
BUTYCIC ANHYDRIDE 20 12
BUTYL CHLORAL 64 10
BUTYL CHLORIDE 68 9.6
BUTYL OLEATE 77 4
BUTYL STEARATE 80 3.1
BUTYLACETATE 66 5.1
BUTYLAMINE 70 5.4
BUTYRALDEHYDE 79 13.4
BUTYRIC ACID 68 3
BUTYRIC ANHYDRIDE 68 12
BUTYRONITRILE 21 10.7
BUTYRONITRILE 70 20.7
CABLE OIL 80 2.2
CABONDIOXIDE 68 1.000921
CALCIM FLUORIDE   7.4
CALCITE   8
CALCIUM   3
CALCIUM CARBONATE   6.1-9.1
CALCIUM FLUORIDE   7.4
CALCIUM OXIDE, GRANULE   11.8
CALCIUM SULFATE   5.6
CALCIUM SULFATE (H2O)   5.6
CALCIUM SUPERPHOSPHATE   14-15
CAMPHANEDIONE 398 16
CAMPHENE 68 2.7
CAMPHENE 104 2.3
CAMPHER, CRYSTAL 480 10-11
CAMPHORIC IMIDE   5.5
CAMPHORPINACONE 68 3.6
CAPRILIC ACID 18 3.2
CAPROIC ACID 160 2.6
CAPROLACTAM MONOMER   1.7 - 1.9
CAPRYLIC ACID 65 3.2
CARBIDE   5.8 - 7.0
CARBIDE, POWDER   5.8-7.0
CARBON BLACK   2.5 - 3.0
CARBON DIOXIDE 32 1.6
CARBON DIOXIDE, LIQUID   1.6
CARBON DISULFIDE, LIQUID   2.6

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
CARBON DISULPHIDE 68 2.6
CARBON DISULPHIDE 180 2.2
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE 68 2.2
CARNAUBA WAX   2.9
CARVENONE 68 18.4
CARVOL 64 11.2
CARVONE 71 11
CASEIN   6.1 - 6.8
CASEIN RESIN   6.7
CASSITERITE   23.4
CASTER OIL   2.6-4.8
CASTOR OIL 60 4.7
CASTOR OIL 80 2.6
CASTOR OIL (HYDROGENATED) 80 10.3
CEDRENE 76 3.2
CELLOPHANE   3.2-6.4
CELLULOID   3.3-11
CELLULOSE   3.2-7.5
CELLULOSE ACETATE   3.2-7
CELLULOSE ACETATE (MOLDING)   3.2 - 7.0
CELLULOSE ACETATE (SHEET)   4.0 - 5.5
CELLULOSE ACETATE BUTYRATE   3.2 - 6.2
CELLULOSE NITRATE (PROXYLIN)   6.4
CEMENT   1.5 - 2.1
CEMENT (PLAIN)   1.5 - 2.1
CEMENT, PORTLAND   2.5-2.6
CEMENT, POWDER   5-10
CEREALS (DRY)   3.0 - 5.0
CERESE WAX   2.4
CESIUM IODINE   5.6
CETYL IODIDE 68 3.3
CHARCOAL   1.2-1.81
CHINAWARE, HARD   4-7
CHLORACETIC ACID 140 12.3
CHLORACETONE   29.8
CHLORAL 68 4.9
CHLORHEXANONE OXIME   3
CHLORINE -50 2.1
CHLORINE 32 2
CHLORINE 142 1.5
CHLORINE, LIQUID   2
CHLOROACETIC ACID 68 21

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
CHLOROACETONE 68 29.8
CHLOROBENZENE 77 5.6
CHLOROBENZENE 100 4.7
CHLOROBENZENE 230 4.1
CHLOROBENZINE, LIQUID   5.5-6.3
CHLOROCYCLOHEXANE 76 7.6
CHLOROFORM 0 5.5
CHLOROFORM 68 4.8
CHLOROFORM 212 3.7
CHLOROHEPTANE 71 5.5
CHLOROHEXANONE OXIME 192 3
CHLOROHYDRATE 68 3.3
CHLOROMETHANE -4 12.6
CHLORONAPHTHALENE 76 5
CHLOROOCTANE 76 5.1
CHLOROPHETANE   5.4
CHLOROTOLUENE 68 4.7
CHLOROTOLUENE, LIQUID   4-4.5
CHOLESTERIN   2.86
CHOLESTRAL 80 2.9
CHORINE 170 1.7
CHROME, ORE   7.7-8.0
CHROME, PURE   12
CHROMITE   4.0-4.2
CHROMYL CHORIDE 68 2.6
CINNAMALDEHYDE 75 16.9
CIS-3-HEXENE 76 2.1
CITRACONIC ANHYDRIDE 68 40.3
CITRACONIC NITRILE   27
CLAY   1.8 - 2.8
CLINKER (CEMENT)   2.7
COAL TAR   2.0-3.0
COAL, POWDER, FINE   2-4
COCAINE 68 3.1
COFFEE REFUSE   2.4-2.6
COKE   1.1 - 2.2
COMPOUND   3.6
COPPER CATALYST   6.0 - 6.2
COPPER OLEATE 68 2.8
COPPER OXIDE   18.1
CORDERITE   4.5 - 5.4
CORDERITE   2.5 - 3.4
CORN   5-10
CORN (DRY GRANULARS)   1.8

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
CORN, REFUSE   2.3-2.6
CORNING GLASS   6.5
COTTON   1.3-1.4
COTTON SEED OIL   3.1
CO2 32 1.6
CREOSOL 63 10.6
CRESOL 75 5
CRESOL, LIQUID 68 9-11
CROTONIC NITRICE   28.0
CRYSTALE   3.5-4.7
CUMALDEHYDE 59 11
CUMENE 68 2.4
CUMICALDEHYDE 58 10.7
CUPRIC OLEATE   2.8
CUPRIC OXIDE 60 18.1
CUPRIC SULFATE   10.3
CUPRIC SULFATE (ANHYD)   10.3
CUPRIC SULFATE (5H2O)   7.8
CYANOACETIC ACID 40 33
CYANOETHYL ACETATE 68 19.3
CYANOGEN 73 2.6
CYCLOHEDANE 20 2
CYCLOHENANONE 68 18.2
CYCLOHEPTASILOXANE 68 2.7
CYCLOHEXANE 68 2
CYCLOHEXANE, LIQUID   18.5
CYCLOHEXANECARBOXYLIC ACID 88 2.6
CYCLOHEXANEMETHANOL 140 9.7
CYCLOHEXANEMTHANOL 60 9.7
CYCLOHEXANOL 77 15
CYCLOHEXANONE 68 18.2
CYCLOHEXANONE OXIME 192 3
CYCLOHEXENE 68 18.3
CYCLOHEXYLAMINE -5 5.3
CYCLOHEXYLPHENOL 130 4
CYCLOHEXYLTRIFLUOROMETH ANE -120 11
CYCLOPENTANE 68 2
CYMENE 62 2.3
D-COCAINE   3.1
D.M.T. (DACRON POWDER)   1.33

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
DECAHYDRONAPHTOLENE 68 2.2
DECAMETHYLCYCLOPENTASIL OXANE 68 2.5
DECAMETHYLTETRASILOXANE 68 2.4
DECANAL   8.1
DECANE 68 2
DECANOL 68 8.1
DECYLENE 62 2.7
DECYNE 68 2.2
DEUTERIUM 68 1.3
DEUTERIUM OXIDE 77 78.3
DEXTRIN   2.2-2.4
DIACETOXYBUTANE 76 6.64
DIALLYL SULFIDE 68 4.9
DIAMOND   5.5
DIAMOND   10
DIAPHENYLMETHANE   2.7
DIAPLMITIN   3.5
DIBENZOFURAN 212 3
DIBENZYL SEBACATE 68 4.6
DIBENZYLAMINE 68 3.6
DIBROHEPTANE 24 5.08
DIBROMOBENZENE 68 8.8
DIBROMOBUTANE 68 5.7
DIBROMOETHYLENE (CIS-1, 2) 32 7.7
DIBROMOHEPTANE 76 5.1
DIBROMOHEXANE 76 5
DIBROMOMETHANE 50 7.8
DIBROMOPROPANE 68 4.3
DIBROMOPROPYL ALCOHOL 70 9.1
DIBUTYL PHTHALATE 86 6.4
DIBUTYL SEBACATE 86 4.5
DIBUTYL TARTRATE 109 9.4
DICHLORACETIC ACID 20 10.7
DICHLORACETIC ACID 72 8.2
DICHLORACETONE 68 14
DICHLOROBENZENE 127 2.8
DICHLOROETHANE 68 16.7
DICHLOROETHANE (1,2) 77 10.3
DICHLOROETHYLENE 62 4.6
DICHLOROMETHANE 68 9.1
DICHLOROSTYRENE 76 2.6
DICHLOROTOLUENE 68 6.9
DICTYL PHTHALATE   5.1

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
DICYCLOHEXYL ADIPATE 95 4.8
DIEBENZYLAMINE 68 3.6
DIETHYL BENZALMALONATE 32 8
DIETHYL DISULFIDE 66 15.9
DIETHYL DL-MALATE 64 10.2
DIETHYL GLUTARATE 86 6.7
DIETHYL I-MALATE   9.5
DIETHYL KETONE 58 17.3
DIETHYL L-MALATE 68 9.5
DIETHYL MALONATE 70 7.9
DIETHYL OXALATE 70 8.2
DIETHYL OXALOACETATE 66 6.1
DIETHYL RACEMATE 68 4.5
DIETHYL SEBACATE 86 5
DIETHYL SUCCINATE 86 6.6
DIETHYL SUCCINOSUCCINATE 66 2.5
DIETHYL SULFIDE 68 7.2
DIETHYL SULFITE 68 15.9
DIETHYL TARTRATE 68 4.5
DIETHYL ZINC 68 2.6
DIETHYL 1-MALATE 68 9.5
DIETHYL-DIMALATE   10.2
DIETHYLAMINE 68 3.7
DIETHYLANILINE 66 5.5
DIHYDROCAROONE 66 8.7
DIHYDROCARVONE 66 8.5
DIIMYLAMINE 64 2.5
DIIOAMYLENE 62 2.4
DIIODOETHYLENE 180 4
DIIODOMETHANE 77 5.3
DIISOAMYL 62 2
DIISOAMYLENE   2.4
DIISOBUTYLAMINE 71 2.7
DIMETHOXYBENZENE 73 4.5
DIMETHYL ETHYL 68 11.7
DIMETHYL ETHYL CARBINOL 68 11.7
DIMETHYL MALONATE 68 10.4
DIMETHYL OXALATE 68 3
DIMETHYL PENTANE 20 1.912
DIMETHYL PHTHALATE 75 8.5
DIMETHYL SULFATE 68 55
DIMETHYL SULFIDE 68 6.3
DIMETHYL-1 HYDROXYBENZENE 62 4.8

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
DIMETHYL-2-HEXANE 68 2.4
DIMETHYLAMINE 32 6.3
DIMETHYLANILINE 68 4.4
DIMETHYLBROMOETHYLENE 68 6.7
DIMETHYLHEPTANE 68 1.9
DIMETHYLPENTANE 68 1.9
DIMETHYLQUINOXALINE 76 2.3
DIMETHYLTOUIDINE 68 3.3
DINITROGEN OXIDE 32 1.6
DINITROGEN TETROXIDE 58 2.5
DIOCTYL PHTHALATE 76 5.1
DIOXANE (1,4) 77 2.2
DIPALMITIN 161 3.5
DIPENTENE 68 2.3
DIPENYLAMINE 125 3.3
DIPHEMYLETHANE 230 2.4
DIPHEMYLETHANE 62 12.6
DIPHENYL 166 2.5
DIPHENYL ETHER 82 3.9
DIPHENYLAMINE 124 3.3
DIPHENYLETHANE 110 2.38
DIPHENYTMETHANE 62 2.6
DIPROPYL KETONE 62 12.6
DIPROPYLAMINE 70 2.9
DISTEARIN 172 3.3
DOCOSANE 122 2
DODECAMETHYLCYCLOHEXISL OXANE 68 2.6
DODECAMETHYLPENTASILOXA NE 68 2.5
DODECANE 68 2
DODECANOL 76 6.5
DODECYNE 76 2.2
DOLOMITE   6.8-8.0
DOWTHERM 70 3.4
EBONITE   2.5-2.9
EMERY SAND   16.5
EPICHLORCHYDRIN 68 22.9
EPOXY RESIN (CAST)   3.6
ETHANEDIAMINE 68 14.2
ETHANETHIOL 58 6.9
ETHANETHIOLIC ACID 68 13
ETHANOL 77 24.3
ETHELENE DIAMINE 18 16
ETHELENE OXIDE -1 13.9
ETHOXY-3-METHYLBUTANE 68 4
ETHOXYBENZENE 68 4.2

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ETHOXYETHYL ACETATE 86 7.6
ETHOXYNAPTHALONE 66 3.3
ETHOXYPENTANE 73 3.6
ETHOXYTOLUENE 68 3.9
ETHYL ACETATE 77 6
ETHYL ACETOACETATE 71 15.9
ETHYL ACETONEOXALATE 66 16.1
ETHYL ACETOPHENONEOXALATE 66 3.3
ETHYL ALCOHOL 77 24.3
ETHYL ALCOHOL (SEE ETHANOL) ETHYL AMYL ETHER 68 4
ETHYL BENZENE 68 2.5
ETHYL BENZOATE 68 6
ETHYL BENZOYLACETATE 68 12.8
ETHYL BENZOYLACETOACETATE 70 8.6
ETHYL BENZYL ETHER 68 3.8
ETHYL BROMIDE 64 4.9
ETHYL BROMOISOBUTYRATE 68 7.9
ETHYL BROMOPROPIONATE 68 9.4
ETHYL BUTYRATE 66 5.1
ETHYL CARBONATE 68 3.1
ETHYL CARBONATE 121 14.2
ETHYL CELLULOSE   2.8- 3.9
ETHYL CHLORACETATE 68 11.6
ETHYL CHLOROFORMATE 68 11.3
ETHYL CHLOROPROPIONATE 68 10.1
ETHYL CINNAMATE 66 5.3
ETHYL CYANOACETATE 68 27
ETHYL CYCLOBUTANE 68 2
ETHYL DODECANOATE 68 3.4
ETHYL ETHER -148 8.1
ETHYL ETHER -40 5.7
ETHYL ETHER 68 4.3
ETHYL ETHOXYBENZOATE 70 7.1
ETHYL FORMATE 77 7.1

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ETHYL FORMYLPHENYLACETATE 68 3
ETHYL FUMARATE 73 6.5
ETHYL HYDROXY TETRACARBOXYLATE   5.9
ETHYL HYDROXY TETROCARBOXYLATE   2.7
ETHYL HYDROXYMETHYLENEPHENYLA CET   5
ETHYL HYDROXYMETHYLENOMALONA TE   6.6
ETHYL IODIDE 68 7.4
ETHYL ISO-THIOCANATE 68 19.7
ETHYL ISOTHIOCYANATE 68 19.7
ETHYL LEVULINETE 70 12.1
ETHYL MALEATE 73 8.5
ETHYL MERCAPTAN 68 8
ETHYL NITRATE 68 19.7
ETHYL OLEATE 80 3.2
ETHYL PALMITATE 68 3.2
ETHYL PHENYLACETATE 70 5.4
ETHYL PROPIONATE 68 5.7
ETHYL SALICYLATE 70 8.6
ETHYL SILICATE 68 4.1
ETHYL STEARATE 104 3
ETHYL THIOCYANATE 68 29.6
ETHYL TRICHLORACETATE 68 7.8
ETHYL UNDECANOATE 68 3.6
ETHYL VALERATE 68 4.7
ETHYL 1-BROBUTYRATE 68 8
ETHYL 2-IODOPROPIONATE 68 8.8
ETHYLAMINE 70 6.3
ETHYLANILINE 68 5.9
ETHYLBENZENE 76 3
ETHYLENE CHLORIDE 68 10.5
ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN 77 26
ETHYLENE CYANIDE 136 58.3
ETHYLENE DIAMINE 64 16
ETHYLENE GYLCOL 68 37
ETHYLENE IODIDE   3.4
ETHYLENE OXIDE 25 14

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ETHYLENE TETRAFLOURIDE   1.9-2.0
ETHYLENECHLOROHYDRIN 75 25
ETHYLENEDIAMINE 64 16
ETHYLIC RESIN   2.2-2.3
ETHYLPENTANE 68 1.9
ETHYLTOLUENE 76 2.2
ETIBINE -58 2.5
EUGENOL 64 6.1
FAB (FROM BOX, 8% MOISTURE)   1.3
FENCHONE 68 12
FERMANIUM TETRACHLORIDE 76 2.4
FERRIC OLEATE 68 2.6
FERROCHROMIUM   1.5-1.8
FERROMANGANESE   5.0-5.2
FERROUS OXIDE 60 14.2
FERROUS SULFATE 58 14.2
FLOUR   2.5-3.0
FLOURINE -332 1.5
FLOURSPAR   6.8
FLUOROTOLUENE 86 4.2
FLY ASH   1.5-1.7
FLY ASH   1.9 - 2.6
FORMALIN   23
FORMAMIDE 20 84
FORMAMIDE 68 109
FORMIC ACID 60 58
FORSTERITE   6.2
FREON 11 70 3.1
FREON 113 70 2.6
FREON 12 70 2.4
FULLER’S EARTH   1.8 - 2.2
FURAN 77 3
FURFURAL 68 42
FURFURALDEHYDE 68 41.9
GASOLINE 70 2
GERBER OATMEAL (IN BOX)   1.5
GERMANIUM TETRACHLORIDE 77 2.4
GLASS   3.7-10
GLASS (SILICA)   3.8
GLASS, BEAD   3.1
GLASS, GRANULE   6-7
GLASS, RAW MATERIAL   2.0-2.5
GLUCOHEPTITOL 248 27
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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
GLYCERIN, LIQUID   47-68
GLYCEROL 77 42.5
GLYCEROL 32 47.2
GLYCEROL PHTHALATE (CAST ALKYD)   3.7 - 4.0
GLYCERYL TRIOCETATE 70 6
GLYCOL 77 37
GLYCOL 122 35.6
GLYCOLIC NITRILE 68 27
GRAIN   3-8
GRAPHITE   12-15
GUAIACOL 0 11
GYPSUM   2.5-6.0
HAGEMANNIE ESTER 20 10.6
HAGEMANNIE ESTER   10.6
HAGEMANNIE ESTER 68 10.6
HALOWAX   4.5
HEAVY OIL   3
HEAVY OIL, C   2.6
HELIUM -358 1.055
HELIUM, LIQUID   1.05
HEPTADECANONE 60 5.3
HEPTADECANONE   5.3
HEPTADECANONE 140 5.3
HEPTANE 20 1.9
HEPTANE   1.9
HEPTANE 68 1.9
HEPTANE, LIQUID   1.9-2.0
HEPTANOIC ACID   2.5
HEPTANOIC ACIELD 71 2.59
HEPTANONE 20 11.9
HEPTANONE   11.9
HEPTANONE 68 11.9
HEPTAONIC ACID 160 2.6
HEPTYL ALCOHOL 21 6.7
HEPTYL ALCOHOL   6.7
HEPTYL ALCOHOL 70 6.7
HEXAMETHYLDISILOXANE 20 2.17
HEXAMETHYLDISILOXANE   2.1
HEXAMETHYLDISILOXANE 68 2.2
HEXANE 10 1.9
HEXANE -130 2
HEXANE, LIQUID   5.8-6.3
HEXANOL 24 13.3
HEXANOL   13.3
HEXANOL 77 13.3

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
HEXANONE 15 14.6
HEXANONE   14.6
HEXANONE 59 14.6
HEXDECAMETHYLCYCLOHEPTA SILOXANE   2.7
HEXDECAMETHYLCYCLOHEPTA SILOXANE 68 2.7
HEXYL IODIDE 20 6.6
HEXYL IODIDE   6.6
HEXYLENE 17 2
HEXYLENE   2
HEXYLENE 62 2
HEXYLENE 62 2
HEXYLIODIDE 68 6.6
HYDRAZINE   52.9
HYDRAZINE 68 52
HYDRAZINE 68 52
HYDROCHLORIC ACID   4.12
HYDROCYANIC ACID 21 2.3
HYDROCYANIC ACID   2.3
HYDROCYANIC ACID 32 158
HYDROCYANIC ACID 32 158
HYDROGEN 440 1.23
HYDROGEN 440 1.23
HYDROGEN 212 1.000284
HYDROGEN IODIDE 72 2.9
HYDROGEN BROMIDE 24 3.8
HYDROGEN BROMIDE   3.8
HYDROGEN BROMIDE -120 7
HYDROGEN BROMIDE -120 7
HYDROGEN CHLORIDE 28 4.6
HYDROGEN CHLORIDE   4.6
HYDROGEN CHLORIDE 82 4.6
HYDROGEN CHLORIDE -188 12
HYDROGEN CHLORIDE 82 4.6
HYDROGEN CHLORIDE -188 12
HYDROGEN CYANIDE 21 95.4
HYDROGEN CYANIDE   95.4
HYDROGEN CYANIDE 70 95.4
HYDROGEN CYANIDE 70 95.4
HYDROGEN FLUORIDE 0 84
HYDROGEN FLUORIDE   84
HYDROGEN FLUORIDE 32 84.2
HYDROGEN FLUORIDE -100 17
HYDROGEN FLUORIDE 32 84
HYDROGEN FLUORIDE -100 17
HYDROGEN FLUORIDE (73 DEG. F)   84.2

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
HYDROGEN FLUORIDE Oc   84
HYDROGEN IODIDE 21 2.9
HYDROGEN IODIDE   2.9
HYDROGEN IODIDE 72 2.9
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 0 84.2
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE   84.2
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 32 84.2
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 32 84.2
HYDROGEN SULFIDE -84 9.3
HYDROGEN SULFIDE 9 5.8
HYDROGEN SULFIDE   5.8-9.3
HYDROGEN SULFIDE -120 9.3
HYDROGEN SULFIDE 48 5.8
HYDROGEN SULFIDE -120 9.3
HYDROGEN SULFIDE 48 5.8
HYDROXY-4-METHY-2 PENTANONE 76 18.2
HYDROXY-4-METHY-2 PENTANONE 76 18.2
HYDROXY-4-METNY-2 PENTANONE   18.2
HYDROXYMETHYLENE CAMPHOR   5.2
HYDROXYMETHYLENE CAMPHOR 86 5.2
HYDROXYMETHYLENE CAMPHOR 86 5.2
HYDROXYMETHYLENEHYDROXYMETHYLENEACETOA CETATE   7.8
HYDROXYMETHYLENEBENZYL CYANIDE   6
HYDROXYMETHYLENEBENZYL CYANIDE 68 6
HYDROZINE 20 52.9
HYDROZINE 68 52.9
HYDROZINE 68 52.9
IDO-IDOHEXADECANE 20 3.5
IDO-IODOHEXADECANE 68 3.5
IDO-IODOPHEXADECANE   3.5
IDOHEPTANE 71 4.9
IDOHEXANE 68 5.4
IDOMETHANE 68 7
IDOPOCTANE   4.62
IDOPOCTANE 76 4.6
IDOTOLUENE 68 6.1
ILMENITE   6.0-7.0

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ILMENITE   6.0 - 7.0
INADOL 140 7.8
INDANOL   7.8
INDONOL 60 7.8
IODINE 107 118
IODINE   11
IODINE 250 118
IODINE   4
IODINE   4
IODIOCTANE   4.6
IODLOCTANE 24 4.62
IODOBENZENE 68 4.6
IODOHEPTANE 22 4.92
IODOHEPTANE   4.9
IODOHEXANE 20 5.37
IODOHEXANE   5.3
IODOMETHANE 20 7
IODOMETHANE   7
IODOTOLUENE 20 6.1
IODOTOLUENE   6.1
IRON OXIDE   14.2
ISO BUTYL ALCOHOL   18.7-31.7
ISO BUTYL IODIDE   5.8
ISO BUTYL NITRATE   11.9
ISO BUTYLAMINE   4.5
ISO BUTYRIC ACID   2.7
ISO BUTYRONITRILE   20.8
ISO VALERIC ACID 20 2.7
ISO VALERICD ACID 68 2.6
ISO VALORIC ACID   2.7
ISO-BUTYL ALCOHOL -79 31.7
ISO-BUTYL ALCOHOL 0 20.5
ISO-BUTYL ALCOHOL 20 18.7
ISO-BUTYL ALCOHOL -112 31.7
ISO-BUTYL ALCOHOL 32 20.5
ISO-BUTYL ALCOHOL 68 18.7
ISO-BUTYL IODIDE 20 5.8
ISO-BUTYL IODIDE 68 5.8
ISO-BUTYL NITRATE 19 11.9
ISO-BUTYL NITRATE 66 11.9
ISO-BUTYLACETATE 20 5.6
ISO-BUTYLACETATE   5.6
ISO-BUTYLACETATE 68 5.6
ISO-BUTYLAMINE 21 4.5
ISO-BUTYLAMINE 70 4.5
ISO-BUTYRIC ACID 20 2.7
ISO-BUTYRIC ACID 68 2.7
ISO-BUTYRONITRILE 23.9 20.8
ISO-BUTYRONITRILE 75 20.8
MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ISO-IODOHEXADECANE   3.5
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL 20 18.3
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL 20 18.3
ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL 68 18.3
ISO-PROPYL NITRATE 19 11.5
ISO-PROPYL NITRATE 66 11.5
ISO-VALERIC ACID 20 2.7
ISO-VALERIC ACID   2.7
ISO-VALERIC ACID 68 2.7
ISOAMYL VALERATE 19 3.6
ISOAMYL ACETATE 68 5.6
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL 23 15.3
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL   15.3
ISOAMYL ALCOHOL 74 15.3
ISOAMYL BROMIDE 24 6.1
ISOAMYL BROMIDE   6.1
ISOAMYL BROMIDE 76 6.1
ISOAMYL BUTYRATE 20 C 3.9
ISOAMYL BUTYRATE   3.9
ISOAMYL BUTYRATE 68 3.9
ISOAMYL CHLORACETATE 20 7.8
ISOAMYL CHLORACETATE 68 7.8
ISOAMYL CHLORIDE 18 6.4
ISOAMYL CHLORIDE   6.4
ISOAMYL CHLORIDE 64 6.4
ISOAMYL CHLOROACETATE   7.8
ISOAMYL CHLOROFORMATE 20 7.8
ISOAMYL CHLOROFORMATE   7.8
ISOAMYL CHLOROFORMATE 68 7.8
ISOAMYL IODIDE 18 5.6
ISOAMYL IODIDE   5.6
ISOAMYL LODIDE 65 5.6
ISOAMYL PROPIONATE 20 4.2
ISOAMYL PROPIONATE 68 4.2
ISOAMYL SALICYLATE 20 5.4
ISOAMYL SALICYLATE   5.4
ISOAMYL SALICYLATE 68 5.4
ISOAMYL VALERATE   3.6
ISOAMYL VALERATE 66 3.6
ISOAMYLPROPIONATE   4.2
ISOBUTHYL RESIN   1.4-2.1
ISOBUTYL ACETATE 20 5.6
ISOBUTYL ACETATE   5.6

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL 20 18.7
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL   18.7
ISOBUTYL ALCOHOL 68 18.7
ISOBUTYL BENZOATE   5.9
ISOBUTYL BENZOATE 68 5.9
ISOBUTYL BROMIDE 20 6.6
ISOBUTYL BROMIDE 20 4
ISOBUTYL BROMIDE   6.6
ISOBUTYL BROMIDE 68 6.6
ISOBUTYL BUTYRATE 20 4
ISOBUTYL BUTYRATE   4
ISOBUTYL BUTYRATE 68 4
ISOBUTYL CHLORIDE 20 7.1
ISOBUTYL CHLORIDE   7.1
ISOBUTYL CHLORIDE 68 7.1
ISOBUTYL CHLOROFORMATE 20 9.2
ISOBUTYL CHLOROFORMATE   9.2
ISOBUTYL CHLOROFORMATE 68 9.2
ISOBUTYL CYANIDE 23 13.3
ISOBUTYL CYANIDE   13.3
ISOBUTYL CYANIDE 74 13.3
ISOBUTYL FORMATE 19 6.5
ISOBUTYL FORMATE   6.5
ISOBUTYL FORMATE 66 6.5
ISOBUTYL IODIDE 20 5.8
ISOBUTYL IODIDE   5.8
ISOBUTYL IODIDE 68 5.8
ISOBUTYL NITRATE 19 11.9
ISOBUTYL NITRATE   11.9
ISOBUTYL NITRATE 66 11.9
ISOBUTYL RININOLEATE   4.7
ISOBUTYL RININOLEATE 70 4.7
ISOBUTYL RINONOLEATE 21 4.7
ISOBUTYL VALERATE 19 3.8
ISOBUTYL VALERATE   3.8
ISOBUTYL VALERATE 66 3.8
ISOBUTYLAMINE 21 4.5
ISOBUTYLAMINE   4.5
ISOBUTYLAMINE 70 4.5
ISOBUTYLBENZENE 17 2.3
ISOBUTYLBENZENE   2.3
ISOBUTYLBENZENE 62 2.3
ISOBUTYLBENZOATE 20 5.9
ISOBUTYLENE BROMIDE   4

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ISOBUTYLENE BROMIDE 68 4
ISOBUTYRIC ACID 20 2.6
ISOBUTYRIC ACID   2.6
ISOBUTYRIC ACID 50 2.7
ISOBUTYRIC ANHYDRIDE 20 13.9
ISOBUTYRIC ANHYDRIDE 68 13.9
ISOBUTYRIC ANNYDRIDE   13.9
ISOBUTYRONITRILE 24 20.8
ISOBUTYRONITRILE   20.8
ISOBUTYRONITRILE 75 20.8
ISOCAPRONITRILE 20 15.7
ISOCAPRONITRILE   15.7
ISOCAPRONITRILE 68 15.7
ISOOCTANE   2.1-2.3
ISOPHTHALIC ACID   1.4
ISOPRENE 77 2.1
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL   18.3
ISOPROPYL BENZENE 68 2.4
ISOPROPYL NITRATE   11.5
ISOPROPYLAMINE 20 5.5
ISOPROPYLAMINE 20 5.5
ISOPROPYLAMINE   5.5
ISOPROPYLAMINE 68 2.4
ISOPROPYLETHER 77 3.9
ISOQUINOLINE 24 10.7
ISOQUINOLINE   10.7
ISOQUINOLINE 76 10.7
ISOQUINOLINE 68 10.7
ISOSAFRAL 21 3.4
ISOSAFROL   3.4
ISOSAFROL 70 3.4
JET FUEL (JP4) 70 1.7
JET FUEL (MILITARY JP4)   1.7
JET FUEL (MILITARY-JP4) 21 1.7
JP4 JET FUEL 70 1.7
KENT WAX   6.5-7.5
KEROSENE 21 1.8
KEROSENE   2.8
KEROSENE 70 1.8
KEROSENE 70 1.8
KYNAR   2
LACTIC ACID 19 C 19.4
LACTIC ACID   19.4

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
LACTIC ACID 61 22
LACTONITRILE 20 4.7
LACTONITRILE   38.4
LACTRONITRILE 68 38.4
LAD OXIDE   25.9
LEAD ACETATE   2.5
LEAD ACETATE   2.5
LEAD ACETATE   2.5
LEAD CARBONATE   18.1
LEAD CARBONATE (60 DEG. F)   18.1
LEAD CARBONATE (60 DEGREES F)   18.1
LEAD CHLORIDE   4.2
LEAD CHLORIDE   4.2
LEAD CHLORIDE   4.2
LEAD NITRATE   37.7
LEAD NITRATE   37.7
LEAD NITRATE   37.7
LEAD NOMOXIDE   25.9
LEAD NOMOXIDE   25.9
LEAD NOMOXIDE (60 DEGREES F)   25.9
LEAD OLEATE 18 3.2
LEAD OLEATE   3.2
LEAD OLEATE 64 3.2
LEAD OLEATE   3.3
LEAD OLEATE   3.3
LEAD OXIDE   25.9
LEAD OXIDE   25.9
LEAD SULFATE   14.3
LEAD SULFATE   14.3
LEAD SULFATE   14.3
LEAD SULFITE   17.9
LEAD TETRACHLORIDE 20 2.8
LEAD TETRACHLORIDE   2.8
LEAD TETRACHLORIDE 68 2.8
LIME   2.2 - 2.5
LIMONENE 20 2.3
LIMONENE   2.3
LIMONENE 68 2.3
LINDE 5A MOLECULAR SIEVE, DRY   1.8
LINOLEIC ACID 0 2.9
LINOLEIC ACID   2.6-2.7
LINOLEIC ACID 32 2.9
LINSEED OIL   3.2-3.5
LIQUIDS: LIQUIFIED AIR   1.5

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
LIQUIFIED HYDROGEN   1.2
LITHIUM CHLORIDE   11.1
LITYIUM CHLORIDE   11.1
LONONE 18 10
LONONE   10
LONONE 65 10
LPG   1.6-1.9
M-BROMOANILINE 66 13
M-BROMOTOLUENE 137 5.4
M-CHLOROANALINE 66 13.4
M-CHLOROTOLUENE 68 5.6
M-CREOSOL   5
M-CRESOL 24 5
M-CRESOL 77 11.5
M-DICHLOROBENZENE 77 5
M-DINITRO BENZENE 20 2.8
M-DINITRO BENZENE   2.8
M-DINITRO BENZENE 68 2.8
M-NITROTOLUENE 68 23.8
M-SYLENE   2.4
M-TOLUIDINE 64 6
M-XYLENE 20 2.4
M-XYLENE 68 2.4
MAGANESE DIOXIDE   5-5.2
MAGNESIUM OXIDE   9.7
MAGNESIUM OXIDE   9.7
MAGNESIUM OXIDE   9.7
MAGNESIUM SULFATE   8.2
MALACHITE   7.2
MALACHITE   7.2
MALACYHITE   7.2
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE 60 51
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE 140 51
MALOLIC ANHYDRIDE   51
MALONIC NITRILE 36 47
MALONIC NITRILE   47
MALONIC NITRILE 97 47
MANDELIC NITRILE 23 18.1
MANDELIC NITRILE   18.1
MANDELIC NITRILE 73 18.1
MANDELITRILE 73 17
MANDENITRILE 23 17
MANDENITRILE   17
MANNITOL 22 3
MANNITOL   3
MANNITOL 71 3
MARGARINE, LIQUID   2.8-3.2
MELAMINE FORMALDEHYDE (MF)    

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
(MF) MOLDING RESIN   5.5 - 6.0
(MF) WITH ALPHA CELLULOSE FILLER   7.2 - 8.2
(MF) WITH ASBESTOS FILLER   6.1 - 6.7
(MF) WITH CELLULOSE FILLER   4.7 - 7.0
(MF) WITH FLOCK FILLER   5.0 - 6.0
(MF) WITH MACERATED FABRIC FILLE   6.5 - 6.9
MELAMINE RESIN   4.7-10.9
MENTHOL 42 3.95
MENTHOL   3.95
MENTHOL 107 4
MENTHONOL 43 2.1
MENTHONOL   2.1
MENTHONOL 110 2.1
MERCURIC CHLORIDE   3.2
MERCURIC CHLORIDE   3.2
MERCURIC CHLORIDE   3.2
MERCUROUS CHLORIDE   9.4
MERCUROUS CHLORIDE   9.4
MERCURY 298 1.00074
MERCURY CHLORIDE   7-14
MERCURY DIETHYL 20 2.3
MERCURY DIETHYL   2.3
MERCURY DIETHYL 68 2.3
MESITYL OXIDE 20 15.4
MESITYL OXIDE   15.4
MESITYL OXIDE 68 15.4
MESITYLENE 20 2.4
MESITYLENE 20 3.4
MESITYLENE   3.4
MESITYLENE 68 2.4
MESITYLENE 68 3.4
METHAL CYANOACETATE 21 29.4
METHAL CYANOACETATE   29.4
METHAL CYANOACETATE 69 29.4
METHALLMINE 77 9.4
METHANE -280 1.7
METHANE, LIQUID   1.7
METHANOL 25 33.6
METHANOL   33.6
METHANOL 77 32.6
METHLENE IDIDE   5.1

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
METHOXY-4-METHYLPHENOL 16 11
METHOXY-4-METHYLPHENOL 60 11
METHOXYBENZENE 24 4.33
METHOXYBENZENE   4.33
METHOXYBENZENE 76 4.3
METHOXYETHYL STEARATE 60 3.9
METHOXYETHYL STEARATE   3.39
METHOXYETHYL STEARATE 140 3.4
METHOXYPHENOL 28 11
METHOXYPHENOL   11
METHOXYPHENOL 82 11
METHOXYTOLUENE 20 3.5
METHOXYTOLUENE   3.5
METHOXYTOLUENE 68 3.5
METHYL ACETATE 20 7.3
METHYL ACETATE   7.3
METHYL ACETATE 77 6.7
METHYL ACETOPHENONEOXALATE 18 2.8
METHYL ACETOPHENONEOXALATE   2.8
METHYL ACETOPHENONEOXALATE 64 2.8
METHYL ALCOHOL 44 56.6
METHYL ALCOHOL 0 37.5
METHYL ALCOHOL 20 33.1
METHYL ALCOHOL   33-56.6
METHYL ALCOHOL -112 56.6
METHYL ALCOHOL 32 37.5
METHYL ALCOHOL 68 33.1
METHYL ALCOHOL, LIQUID   32.6
METHYL BENZOATE 20 6.6
METHYL BENZOATE   6.6
METHYL BENZOATE 68 6.6
METHYL BUTANE 68 1.8
METHYL BUTYL KETONE 17 12.4
METHYL BUTYL KETONE   12.4

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
METHYL BUTYL KETONE 62 12.4
METHYL BUTYRATE 20 5.6
METHYL BUTYRATE   5.6
METHYL BUTYRATE 68 5.6
METHYL CHLORIDE 25 12.9
METHYL CHLOROACETATE 20 12.9
METHYL CHLOROACETATE   12.9
METHYL CHLOROACETATE 68 12.9
METHYL ETHER 26 5
METHYL ETHER 78 5
METHYL ETHYL KETONE 22 18.4
METHYL ETHYL KETONE   18.4
METHYL ETHYL KETONE 72 18.4
METHYL ETHYL KETOXIME 20 3.4
METHYL ETHYL KETOXIME   3.4
METHYL ETHYL KETOXIME 68 3.4
METHYL FORMATE 68 8.5
METHYL HEPTANOL 20 5.25
METHYL HEPTANOL   5.25
METHYL HEPTANOL 68 5.3
METHYL IODIDE 20 7.1
METHYL IODIDE   7.0-7.1
METHYL IODIDE 68 7.1
METHYL KEXYL KETONE 17 10.7
METHYL KEXYL KETONE   10.7
METHYL KEXYL KETONE 62 10.7
METHYL METHACRYLATE (CAST)   2.7 - 3.2
METHYL NITROBENZOATE 27 27
METHYL NITROBENZOATE   27
METHYL NITROBENZOATE 80 27
METHYL O METHOXYBENZOATE   7.8

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
METHYL O METHOXYBENZOATE 70 7.8
METHYL O METHOXYBENZONATE 21 7.8
METHYL P-TOLUATE 22 4.3
METHYL P-TOLUATE   4.3
METHYL P-TOLUATE 91 4.3
METHYL PROPIANTE   5.4
METHYL PROPIONATE 19 5.4
METHYL PROPIONATE 66 5.4
METHYL PROPYL KETONE 14 16.8
METHYL PROPYL KETONE   16.8
METHYL PROPYL KETONE 58 16.8
METHYL SALICYLATE   9
METHYL SALICYLATE 68 9
METHYL SALICYLCATE 20 9
METHYL THIOCYANATE 20 35.9
METHYL THIOCYANATE   35.9
METHYL THIOCYANATE 68 35.9
METHYL VALERATE 19 4.3
METHYL VALERATE   4.3
METHYL VALERATE 66 4.3
METHYL 5 KETOCYCLOHEXYLENE 68 24
METHYL-FIVE KETOCYCLOHEXYLENE   24
METHYL-L-CYCLOPENTANOL 95 6.9
METHYL-ONE-CYCLOPENTANOL   6.9
METHYL-TWO, FOUR PENTANEDIOL   24.4
METHYL-TWO-PENTANONE   13.1
METHYL-1-CYCLOPENTANOL 35 6.9
METHYL-2 4-PENTANDEIOL 86 24.4
METHYL-2,4-PENTANEDIOL 30 24.4
METHYL-2-LPENTANONE 68 13.1
METHYL-2-PENTANONE 20 13.1
METHYL-5 KETOCYCLOHEXYLENE 20 24
METHYLAL 20 2.7

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
METHYLAL   2.7
METHYLAL 68 2.7
METHYLANILINE 20 6
METHYLANILINE   6
METHYLBENZYLAMINE 18 4.4
METHYLBENZYLAMINE   4.4
METHYLBENZYLAMINE 65 4.4
METHYLCYCLOHEXANOL 20 C 13
METHYLCYCLOHEXANOL   13
METHYLCYCLOHEXANONE 89 18
METHYLCYCLOHEXANONE   18
METHYLCYCLOHEXANONE 192 18
METHYLCYCLONHEXANOL 68 13
METHYLCYCLOPENTANE   1.9
METHYLCYLOPENTANE 20 1.985
METHYLCYLOPENTANE 68 2
METHYLENE IODIDE 21 5.1
METHYLENE IODIDE 70 5.1
METHYLENEACELOACETATE 70 7.8
METHYLENEMALONATE 72 6.6
METHYLENEPHENYLACETATE 68 5
METHYLETHER, LIQUID   5
METHYLHEXANE 20 1.919
METHYLHEXANE   1.9
METHYLHEXANE 68 1.9
METHYLISOCYANATE 69 29.4
METHYLOCTANE 26 30
METHYLOCTANE   30
METHYLOCTANE 69 30
METHYLOMINE 21 10.5
METHYLOMINE   10.5
METHYLPHENYL HYDRAZIN 19 7.3
METHYLPHENYL HYDRAZIN 66 7.3
METHYLPHENYL HYDRAZINE   7.3
METHYLPYRIDINE (2) 68 9.8
METNOXY-FOUR-METHYL PHENOL   11

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
MICA   2.6-3.2
MICA   7
MICA   7
MICA (GLASS BONDED)   6.9 - 9.2
MICANITE   1.8-2.6
MILLS (DRY POWDER)   1.8
MINERAL OIL 27 2.1
MINERAL OIL   2.1
MINERAL OIL 80 2.1
MINERAL OIL 80 2.1
MONOMYRISTIN 70 6.1
MONOMYRISTIN 158 6.1
MONOMYRSTIN   6.1
MONOPALMITIN 66 5.34
MONOPALMITIN   5.34
MONOPALMITIN 152 5.3
MONOSTEARIN 77 4.87
MONOSTEARIN   4.87
MONOSTEARIN 170 4.9
MORPHOLINE 77 7.3
N BUTYL ALCOHOL   7.8
N BUTYL BROMIDE   6.6
N BUTYL FORMATE   2.4
N BUTYL IODIDE   6.1
N BUTYLACETATE   5.1
N BUTYRICACID   2.9
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL 19 7.8
N-BUTYL ALCOHOL 66 7.8
N-BUTYL BROMIDE 20 6.6
N-BUTYL BROMIDE 68 6.6
N-BUTYL FORMATE -189 2.4
N-BUTYL FORMATE -317 2.4
N-BUTYL IODIDE 25 6.1
N-BUTYL IODIDE 77 6.1
N-BUTYLACETATE 19 5.1
N-BUTYLACETATE   5.1
N-BUTYRICACID 20 2.9
N-BUTYRICAID 68 2.9
N-HEXANE 68 1.9
N-METHYLANILINE 68 6
N-PENTANE 68 1.8
NAPHTHY ETHYL ETHER 19 3.2
NAPHTHYL ETHYL ETHER   3.2
NAPTHALENE 85 2.3
NAPTHALENE 20 2.5
NAPTHALENE   2.54
NAPTHALENE   2.3
NAPTHALENE 185 2.3

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
NAPTHALENE 68 2.5
NAPTHALENE   2.5
NAPTHALENE   2.5
NAPTHONITRILE 21 6.4
NAPTHONITRILE   6.4
NAPTHONITRILE 70 6.4
NAPTHYL ETHYL ETHER 67 3.2
NEON 68 1.000127
NEOPRENE   6-9
NIBROBENZENE   36.1
NITROANISOLE 20 24
NITROANISOLE   24
NITROANISOLE 68 24
NITROBENZAL DOXIME 120 48.1
NITROBENZAL DOXIME   48.1
NITROBENZAL DOXIME 248 48.1
NITROBENZEN 25 C 34.9
NITROBENZEN 80 26.3
NITROBENZENE 20 36.1
NITROBENZENE   36
NITROBENZENE 68 35.7
NITROBENZENE 77 34.8
NITROBENZENE 176 26.3
NITROBENZYL ALCOHOL 20 22
NITROBENZYL ALCOHOL   22
NITROBENZYL ALCOHOL 68 22
NITROCELLULOSE   6.2-7.5
NITROETHANE 20 19.7
NITROETHANE   19.7
NITROETHANE 83 28
NITROGEN 336 1.454
NITROGEN 68 1.00058
NITROGLYCERIN 20 19
NITROGLYCERIN   19
NITROGLYCERIN 68 19
NITROMETHANE 20 54
NITROMETHANE   22.7-39.4
NITROMETHANE 68 39.4
NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE 20 54
NITROSODIMETHYLAMINE 68 54
NITROSODIUMETHYLAMINE   54
NITROSYL BROMIDE -16 13.4
NITROSYL BROMIDE   13.4
NITROSYL BROMIDE 4 13
NITROSYL CHLORIDE -12 18.2
NITROSYL CHLORIDE   18.2

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
NITROSYL CHLORIDE 10 18
NITROTOLUENE 20 1.96
NITROTOLUENE   25
NITROUS OXIDE 0 1.6
NITROUS OXIDE   1.6
NITROUS OXIDE 32 1.6
NITROUS OXIDE 32 1.6
NONANE 20 1.96
NONANE   1.96
NONANE 68 2
NYLON NYLON   4-5
3.5
NYLON   45
NYLON RESIN   3.0 - 5.0
O-BROMOTOLUENE 137 4.3
O-CHLOROPHENOL 19 8.2
O-CHLOROPHENOL 19 8.2
O-CHLOROPHENOL   8.2
O-CHLOROPHENOL 66 8.2
O-CHLOROPHENOL 66 8.2
O-CHLOROTOLUENE 68 4.5
O-CREOSOL   5.8
O-CRESOL 24 5.8
O-CRESOL 77 11.5
O-DICHLOROBENZENE 25 7.5
O-DICHLOROBENZENE 20 7.5
O-DICHLOROBENZENE 20 7.5
O-DICHLOROBENZENE   7.5
O-DICHLOROBENZENE 77 9.9
O-NITRO ANALINE 194 34.5
O-NITROTOLUENE 68 27.4
O-TOLUIDINE 64 6.3
O-XYLENE 68 2.6
OCTADECANOL   3.42
OCTADECANOL 136 3.4
OCTADOCANOL 58 3.42
OCTAMETHYLCYCLOTETRASIL OXANE   2.39
OCTAMETHYLCYCLOTETRASIL OXANE 68 2.4
OCTAMETHYLTRISILOXANE   2.3
OCTAMETHYLTRISILOXANE 68 2.3
OCTANE 20 1.96
OCTANE 24 1.061
OCTANE   1.96
OCTANE 68 2
OCTANONE 20 10.3

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
OCTANONE   10.3
OCTANONE 68 10.3
OCTENE   2
OCTENE 76 2.1
OCTYL ALCOHOL 18 3.4
OCTYL ALCOHOL   3.4
OCTYL ALCOHOL 64 3.4
OCTYL IODIDE 20 4.9
OCTYL IODIDE   4.9
OCTYL IODIDE 68 4.9
OCTYLENE 18 3.4
OCTYLENE   4.1
OCTYLENE 65 4.1
OIL ALMOND 20 2.8
OIL COTTONSEED 14 3.1
OIL COTTONSEED   3.1
OIL GRAPESEED 16 2.9
OIL LEMON 21 2.3
OIL LENSEED 13 3.4
OIL OLIVE 20 3.1
OIL PARAFFIN 20 2.2-4.7
OIL PEANUT 11 3
OIL PETROLEUM   2.1
OIL PETROLEUM   2.1
OIL PYRANOL 20 5.3
OIL SESAME 13 3
OIL SPERM 10 3.2
OIL TERPENTINE 20 3.2
OIL TRANSFORMER 20 2.2
OIL, ALMOND   2.8
OIL, ALMOND 68 2.8
OIL, COTTON SEED 57 3.1
OIL, FOR TRANSFORMER   2.2-2.4
OIL, GRAPESEED   2.9
OIL, GRAPESEED 61 2.9
OIL, LEMON   2.3
OIL, LEMON 70 2.3
OIL, LINSEED   3.4
OIL, LINSEED 55 3.4
OIL, OLIVE   3.1
OIL, OLIVE 68 3.1
OIL, PARAFFIN   2.2-4.7
OIL, PARAFFIN 68 2.2 - 4.7
OIL, PEANUT   3
OIL, PEANUT 52 3
OIL, PETROLEUM 68 2.1
OIL, PRYANOL   5.3
OIL, PYRANOL 68 5.3

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
OIL, SESAME   3
OIL, SESAME 55 3
OIL, SPERM   3.2
OIL, SPERM 68 3.2
OIL, TERPENTINE 68 2.2
OIL, TRANSFORMER   2.2
OIL, TRANSFORMER 68 2.2
OIL, TURPENTINE   2.2
OLEIC ACID 20 2.46
OLEIC ACID 20 2.5
OLEIC ACID 68 2.5
OLEIC ACID 68 2.5
OLERIC ACID   2.4-2.5
ONE-DICHLOROETHANE   10.7
ONE-DIETHOXYETHANE   3.8
OPAL WAX   3.1
ORGANIC COLD MOLDING COMPOUND   6
OXYGEN -315 1.51
OXYGEN 68 1.000494
P-BROMOTOLUENE 137 5.5
P-CHLOROPHENOL 130 9.5
P-CHLOROTOLUENE 68 6.1
P-CREOSOL   5.6
P-CRESOL 24 5.6
P-CRESOL 137 9.9
P-CYMENE 17 2.3
P-CYMENE   2.3
P-CYMENE 63 2.3
P-DIBROMOBENZENE 88 4.5
P-DIBROMOBENZENE   4.5
P-DIBROMOBENZENE 190 4.5
P-DICHLOROBENZENE   2.86
P-DICHLOROBENZINE 20 2.86
P-DICHLOROBENZINE 20 2.86
P-DICHLOROBENZINE 120 2.4
P-NITRO ANALINE 320 56.3
P-NITROTOLUENE 137 22.2
P-TOLUDINE   3
P-TOLUIDINE   3
P-TOLUIDINE 130 5
P-TOLUIDINE   3
P-XYLENE 68 2.3
PAINT   5-8
PALMITIC ACID   70
PALMITIC ACID 160 2.3
PAPER   2
PAPER   2

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
PAPER (DRY)   2
PARAFFIN   1.9-2.5
PARAFFIN   2.2
PARAFFIN   2.2
PARAFFIN OIL   4.6-4.8
PARAFFIN WAX   2.1-2.5
PARALDEHYDE 20 14.5
PARALDEHYDE   14.5
PARALDEHYDE 77 13.9
PARAWAX   2.3
PARRAFIN CHLORIDE   2.0-2.3
PENANTHIENE 20 2.8
PENTACHLORGETHANE 16 3.7
PENTACHLORGETHANE 60 3.7
PENTADIENE (1,3) 77 2.3
PENTANE 20 1.8
PENTANE   1.8
PENTANOL 77 13.9
PENTANONE (2) 68 15.4
PENTENE (1) 68 2.1
PENTOCHLORETHANE   3.7
PERLITE   1.3 - 1.4
PETROLEUM   2.0-2.2
PHENANTHRENE   2.8
PHENANTHRENE 230 2.7
PHENANTHRENE   2.8
PHENANTHRENE   2.8
PHENATHIENE 68 2.8
PHENATHRENE 110 2.72
PHENETOLE 21 4.5
PHENETOLE   4.5
PHENETOLE 70 4.5
PHENOL 48 9.9
PHENOL 40 15
PHENOL   9.9-15.0
PHENOL 118 9.9
PHENOL 104 15
PHENOL   4.3
PHENOL (50 DEGREES F)   4.3
PHENOL ETHER 29 9.8
PHENOL ETHER   9.8
PHENOL ETHER 85 9.8
PHENOL FORMALDEHYDE RESIN (PFR)   4.5 - 5.0
(PFR)WITH ASBESTOS FILLER   5.0 - 7.0
MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
(PFR)WITH GLASS FIBER FILLER   6.6 - 7.0
(PFR)WITH MICA FILLER   4.2 - 5.2
(PFR)WITH MINERAL FILLER (CAST)   9.0 - 15.0
(PFR)WITH SISAL FIBER   3.0 - 5.0
(PFR)WITH WOOD FLOUR FILLER   4.0 - 7.0
PHENOL RESIN   4.9
PHENOL RESIN, CUMULATED   4.6-5.5
PHENOXYACETYLENE 24 4.76
PHENOXYACETYLENE   4.76
PHENOXYACETYLENE 76 4.8
PHENTIDIENE 21 7.3
PHENTIDINE   7.3
PHENTIDINE 70 7.3
PHENYL ACETATE 20 6.9
PHENYL ACETATE   4.5
PHENYL ACETATE 68 6.9
PHENYL ETHER 86 3.7
PHENYL ISO THIOCYANATE   10.7
PHENYL ISO THIOCYANATE 68 10.7
PHENYL ISO-THIOCYANATE 20 10.7
PHENYL ISOCYANATE 20 8.9
PHENYL ISOCYANATE   8.9
PHENYL ISOCYANATE 68 8.9
PHENYL URETHANE   2.7
PHENYL-L-LROPANE 68 2.7
PHENYL-ONE-IROPANE   2.7
PHENYL-1-PROPANE 20 1.7
PHENYLACETALDEHYDE 20 4.8
PHENYLACETALDEHYDE   4.8
PHENYLACETALDEHYDE 68 4.8
PHENYLACETIC 20 3
PHENYLACETIC   3
PHENYLACETIC 68 3
PHENYLACETONITRILE 27 18
PHENYLACETONITRILE   18
PHENYLACETONITRILE 80 18
PHENYLETHANOL 20 13
PHENYLETHANOL   13
PHENYLETHANOL 68 13

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
PHENYLETHYL ACETATE 14 4.5
PHENYLETHYL ACETATE 58 4.5
PHENYLETHYLENE 77 2.4
PHENYLHYDRAZINE 72 7.2
PHENYLSALICYLATE 50 6.3
PHENYLSALICYLATE   6.3
PHENYLSALICYLATE 122 6.3
PHOSGENE 0 4.7
PHOSGENE   4.3
PHOSGENE 32 4.7
PHOSPHINE -59 2.5
PHOSPHINE   2.5
PHOSPHINE -76 2.5
PHOSPHORUS 34 4.1
PHOSPHORUS 93 4.1
PHOSPHORUS OXYCHLORIDE   14
PHOSPHORUS OXYCHLORIDE 72 14
PHOSPHORUS PENTACHLORIDE 320 2.8
PHOSPHORUS PENTCHLORIDE   2.8
PHOSPHORUS RED   4.1
PHOSPHORUS TRIBROMIDE   3.9
PHOSPHORUS TRIBROMIDE 68 3.9
PHOSPHORUS TRICHLORIDE   3.7
PHOSPHORUS TRICHLORIDE 77 3.4
PHOSPHORUS YELLOW   3.6
PHOSPHORUS, RED   4.1
PHOSPHORUS, YELLOW   3.6
PHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE   13.3
PHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE 70 13
PHOSPHROUS   4.1
PHTALIDE 166 36
PHTHALIC ACID   5.1-6.3
PHTHALIDE 74 36
PHTHALIDE   36
PINACOLIN 17 12.8
PINACOLIN   12.8

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
PINACOLIN 62 12.8
PINACONE 24 7.4
PINACONE   7.4
PINACONE 75 7.4
PINE TREE RESIN, POWDER   1.5-1.8
PINENE 20 2.7
PINENE   2.7
PINENE 68 2.7
PIPERIDINE 20 5.6
PIPERIDINE   5.9
PIPERIDINE 68 5.9
PLASTER   2.5 - 6.0
PLASTIC GRAIN   65-75
PLASTIC PELLETS   1.1-3.2
PLASTIC SULPHUR, UNGROUND   1.5
PLATINUM CATALYST   6.5 - 7.5
POLY PROPYLENE   1.5
POLYACETAL   3.6-3.7
POLYACETOL RESIN   2.6-3.7
POLYACRYLIC ESTER   3.5
POLYAMIDE   2.5-2.6
POLYBUTYLENE   2.2-2.3
POLYCAPROLACTAM   2.2
POLYCAPROLACTAM   2.0 - 2.5
POLYCARBONATE   2.9-3.0
POLYCARBONATE RESIN   2.9 - 3.0
POLYESTER RESIN   2.8 - 4.5
POLYESTER RESIN (FLEXIBLE)   4.1 - 5.2
POLYESTER RESIN (GLASS FIBER FIL   4.0 - 4.5
POLYESTER RESIN (RIDGID CAST)   2.8 - 4.1
POLYETHER CHLORIDE   2.9
POLYETHER RESIN   2.8-8.1
POLYETHER RESIN, UNSATURATED   2.8-5.2
POLYETHYLENE   2.2-2.4
POLYETHYLENE   2.3
POLYETHYLENE   4 - 5.0
POLYETHYLENE, PELLET   1.5
POLYMIDE   2.8
POLYMONOCHLORO PIFLUOROETHYLENE   2.5
POLYPROPYLENE   1.5

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
POLYPROPYLENE   1.5
POLYPROPYLENE POWDER   1.25
POLYPROPYLENE, PELLET   1.5-1.8
POLYSTYRENE RESIN   2.4 - 2.6
POLYSTYROL   2.0-2,6
POLYSULPHONIC ACID   2.8
POLYTETRA FLUOROETHYLENE   2
POLYVINYL ALCOHOL   1.9-2.0
POLYVINYL CHLORIDE   3.4
POLYVINYLCHLORIDE RESIN   5.8 - 6.8
PORCELAIN   5.0-7.0
PORCELAIN   6.0 - 8.0
PORCELAIN   5 - 7.0
PORCELAIN WITH ZIRCON   7.1 - 10.5
POTASSIUM ALUMINUM SULPHATE   3.8
POTASSIUM ALUMINUM SULPHATE   3.8
POTASSIUM CARBONATE   5.6
POTASSIUM CARBONATE (60 DEG. F)   5.6
POTASSIUM CARBONATE (60 DEGREES   5.6
POTASSIUM CHLORATE   5.1
POTASSIUM CHLORATE   5.1
POTASSIUM CHLORATE   5.1
POTASSIUM CHLORIDE   4.6
POTASSIUM CHLORONATE   7.3
POTASSIUM CHLORONATE   7.3
POTASSIUM IODIDE   5.6
POTASSIUM IODIDE   5.6
POTASSIUM IODIDE   5.6
POTASSIUM NITRATE   5
POTASSIUM NITRATE   5
POTASSIUM NITRATE   5
POTASSIUM SULFATE   5.9
POTASSIUM SULFATE   5.9
POTASSIUM SULFATE   5.9

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
POTSSIUM CHLOROMATE   7.3
POTTASIUM CHLORIDE   5
POWDERED: PROPANE 0 1.6
PROPANE 32 1.6
PROPANE 32 1.6
PROPANE, LIQUID, OC   1.6
PROPANEDIOL 68 32
PROPANOL (1) 77 20.1
PROPENE 68 1.9
PROPENE 68 27.7
PROPIONALDEHYDE 17 18.9
PROPIONALDEHYDE   18.9
PROPIONALDEHYDE 62 18.9
PROPIONIC ACID 19 3.1
PROPIONIC ACID   3.1
PROPIONIC ANAHYDRIDE   18
PROPIONIC ANHYDRIDE 16 18
PROPIONIC ANHYDRIDE 60 18
PROPIONITRILE 20 27.7
PROPIONITRILE   27.7
PROPPIONIC ACID 58 3.3
PROPY BUTYRATE 20 4.3
PROPYL ACETATE 20 6.3
PROPYL ACETATE   6.3
PROPYL ACETATE 68 6.3
PROPYL ALCOHOL 20 21.8
PROPYL ALCOHOL   21.8
PROPYL ALCOHOL 68 21.8
PROPYL BENZENE 20 C 2.4
PROPYL BENZENE   2.4
PROPYL BENZENE 68 2.4
PROPYL BROMIDE 20 7.2
PROPYL BROMIDE   7.2
PROPYL BROMIDE 68 7.2
PROPYL BUTYRATE   4.3
PROPYL BUTYRATE 68 4.3
PROPYL CHLOROFORMATE 20 11.2
PROPYL CHLOROFORMATE   11.2
PROPYL CHLOROFORMATE 68 11.2
PROPYL ETHER 78 3.4
PROPYL FORMATE 19 7.9
PROPYL FORMATE   7.9
PROPYL FORMATE 66 7.9

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
PROPYL NITRATE 18 14.2
PROPYL NITRATE   14.2
PROPYL NITRATE 64 14.2
PROPYL PROPIONATE 20 4.7
PROPYL PROPIONATE   4.7
PROPYL PROPIONATE 68 4.7
PROPYL VALERATE 18 4
PROPYL VALERATE   4
PROPYL VALERATE 65 4
PROPYLENE LIQUID   11.9
PSUEDOCUMENE 16 2.4
PSUEDOCUMENE   2.4
PSUEDOCUMENE 60 2.4
PULEGONE   9.5
PULEGONE 68 9.5
PULEZONE 20 9.5
PULEZONE 19 9.7
PULEZONE   9.7
PULEZONE 66 9.7
PVC, POWDER   1.4
PYREX   4.8
PYREX GLASS   4.3 - 5.0
PYRIDINE 20 12.5
PYRIDINE   12.5-25
PYRIDINE 68 12.5
PYROCERAM   3.5-4.5
PYRROLE 63 7.5
QUARTZ   4.3
QUARTZ   4.2
QUARTZ   4.4
QUINOLINE 25 9
QUINOLINE -179 2.6
QUINOLINE   2.6-9.0
QUINOLINE 77 9
QUINOLINE -292 2.6
REBURNED LIME   2.2
REFRACTORY (CAST)   6.7
REFRACTORY (FOR CASTING)   1.8 - 2.1
RESORCINOL   3.2
RESORCINOL   3.2
RESORCINOL   3.2
RICE (DRY)   3.5
RICE BRAN   1.4-2.0
ROUGE   1.5
ROUGE (JEWELERS)   1.5 - 1.6
RUBBER   3

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
RUBBER   3
RUBBER (CHLORINATED)   3
RUBBER (HARD)   2.8
RUBBER (ISOMERIZED)   2.4 - 3.7
RUBBER CEMENT   2.7-2.9
RUBBER CHLORIDE   2.1-2.7
RUBBER, RAW   2.1-2.7
RUBBER, SULPHURIZED   2.5-4.6
RUBY   11.3
RUTILE   6.7
RUTILE   8.6
RUTILE   6.6 - 7.5
SAFROL 21 3.1
SAFROL   3.1
SAFROL 70 3.1
SALICYLADEHYDE 20 13.9
SALICYLADEHYDE   13.9
SALICYLALDEHYDE 68 13.9
SALT   3.0 - 15.0
SAND   3-5.0
SAND (DRY)   5
SAND (SILICON DIOXIDE)   3 - 5.0
SANDS   3 - 5.0
SANTAWAX   2.29
SANTOWAX 21 2.29
SANTOWAX 70 2.3
SELENIUM   6.1-7.4
SELENIUM   5.4
SELENIUM   11
SELENIUM 482 5.4
SELEVIUM 249 5.4
SELINIUM   6.6
SELINIUM   11
SESAME   1.8-2.0
SHELLAC   2.0-3.8
SHELLAC   3.5
SHELLAC   3.5
SILICA ALUMINATE   2
SILICA SAND   2.5-3.5
SILICON   11.0 - 12.0
SILICON DIOXIDE   4.5
SILICON TETRACHLORIDE 16 2.4
SILICON TETRACHLORIDE   2.4
SILICON TETRACHLORIDE 60 2.4

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
SILICONE MOLDING COMPOUND(SMC) (SMC)(GLASS FIBER FILLED)   3.7
SILICONE OIL   2.2-2.9
SILICONE RESIN, LIQUID   3.5-5.0
SILICONE RUBBER   3.2-9.8
SILICONE VARNISH   2.8-3.3
SILK   2.5-3.5
SILVER BROMIDE   12.2
SILVER BROMIDE   12.2
SILVER BROMIDE   12.2
SILVER CHLORIDE   11.2
SILVER CHLORIDE   11.2
SILVER CHLORIDE   11.2
SILVER CYANIDE   5.6
SILVER CYANIDE   5.6
SILVER CYANIDE   5.6
SLAKED LIME, POWDER   2.0-3.5
SLATE   6.0-7.5
SLATE   7
SLATE   7
SMITHSONITE   9.3
SOAP POWDER   1.25-1.5
SOAP POWDERS   1.2 - 1.7
SODIUM CARBONATE   8.4
SODIUM CARBONATE   8.4
SODIUM CARBONATE   5.3
SODIUM CARBONATE (ANHYD)   8.4
SODIUM CARBONATE (10H20)   5.3
SODIUM CHLORIDE   5.9
SODIUM CHLORIDE   6.1
SODIUM CHLORIDE (SALT)   6.1
SODIUM CYANIDE   7.55
SODIUM DICHROMATE   2.9
SODIUM NITRATE   5.2
SODIUM NITRATE   5.2
SODIUM NITRATE   5.2
SODIUM OLEATE 20 2.7
SODIUM OLEATE   2.8

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
SODIUM OLEATE 68 2.7
SODIUM OLEATE   2.8
SODIUM OLEATE   2.8
SODIUM PERCHLORATE   5.4
SODIUM PERCHLORATE   5.4
SODIUM PHOSPHATE   1.6-1.9
SODIUM PORCHLORATE   5.4
SODIUM SULPHIDE   5
SOLIDS (AS SPECIFIED): SOLIDS (PACKED):SORBITOL   33.5
SORBITOL 176 33.5
SORIBTOL 80 33.5
SOY BEANS   2.8
STANNEC CHLORIDE 22 3.2
STANNEC CHLORIDE   3.2
STANNEC CHLORIDE 72 3.2
STARCH   3-5
STARCH, PASTE   1.7-1.8
STEARIC ACID 71 2.3
STEARIC ACID   2.3
STEARIC ACID 160 2.3
STEARINE   2.3
STEATITE   5.5 - 7.5
STYRENE   2.3-3.4
STYRENE 77 2.4
STYRENE (MODIFIED)   2.4 - 3.8
STYRENE (PHENYLETHANE) 25 2.4
STYRENE (PHENYLETHENE)   2.4
STYRENE RESIN   2.3-3.4
SUCCINAMIDE 22 2.4
SUCCINAMIDE   2.9
SUCCINAMIDE 72 2.9
SUCCINIC ACID 26 2.4
SUCCINIC ACID   2.4
SUCCINIC ACID 78 2.4
SUCROSE   3.3
SUCROSE   3.3
SUCROSE (MEAN)   3.3
SUGAR   3
SUGAR   3
SUGAR   3
SUGAR, GRANULATED   1.5-2.2
SULFUR   1.6 - 1.7
SULFUR DIOXIDE -20 17.6
SULFUR DIOXIDE   17.6
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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
SULFUR DIOXIDE -4 17.6
SULFUR DIOXIDE 32 15
SULFUR MONOCHLORIDE 14 4.8
SULFUR MONOCHLORIDE   4.8
SULFUR MONOCHLORIDE 58 4.8
SULFUR TRIOXIDE 18 3.1
SULFUR TRIOXIDE   3.1
SULFUR TRIOXIDE 64 3.1
SULFUROUS OXYCHLORIDE 22 9.1
SULFUROUS OXYCHLORIDE   9.1
SULFUROUS OXYCHLORIDE 72 9.1
SULFURYL CHLORIDE   10
SULFURYL CHLORIDE 72 10
SULPHUR 399 3.4
SULPHUR   3.6-4.4
SULPHUR 244 3.5
SULPHUR 450 3.5
SULPHUR   4
SULPHUR   3.4
SULPHUR DIOXIDE 0 15.6
SULPHUR DIOXIDE   15.6
SULPHUR DIOXIDE 32 15.6
SULPHUR TRIOXIDE 21 3.6
SULPHUR TRIOXIDE   3.6
SULPHUR TRIOXIDE 70 3.6
SULPHUR, LIQUID   3.5
SULPHUR, POWDER   3.6
SULPHURIC ACID 20 84
SULPHURIC ACID   84
SULPHURIC ACID 68 84
SULPHURIC OCYCHLORIDE 22 9.2
SULPHURIC OXYCHLORIDE   9.2
SUPPHURIC OXYCHLORIDE 72 9.2
SYRUP   50-80
SYRUP WAX   2.5-2.9
TANTALUM OXIDE   11.6
TANTALUM OXIDE   11.6
TANTALUM OXIDE   11.6
TARTARIC ACID 20 C 6

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
TARTARIC ACID 14 35.9
TARTARIC ACID   6.0-36
TARTARIC ACID 68 6
TARTARIC ACID 58 35.9
TEFLON   2
TEFLON   2
TEFLON   2
TEFLON (4F)   2
TEFLON, FEP   2.1
TEFLON, PCTFE   2.3-2.8
TEFLON, PTFE   2
TEPINEOL   2.8
TERPINENE 21 2.7
TERPINENE   2.7
TERPINENE 70 2.7
TERPINEOL 20 2.8
TERPINEOL 72 2.8
TETRABROMIETHANE 20 7.1
TETRABROMIETHANE   7.1
TETRABROMOETHANE 72 7
TETRACARBOXYLATE 68 5.9
TETRACARBOXYLATE 66 5.2
TETRACARBOXYLATE 66 6
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE 21 2.5
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE   2.5
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE 70 2.5
TETRADECAMETHYLTETRADECAMETHYLCYCLOHEP TASILOXAN   2.7
TETRADECAMETHYLEXOSILOX ANE   2.5
TETRADECAMETHYLHEXOSILO XANE 68 2.5
TETRADECANOL 38 4.72
TETRADECANOL   4.7
TETRADECANOL 100 4.7
TETRAETHYL TETRAETHYLAMYLENETETRACARBOXYLA   4.4
TETRAETHYL HEXANE-1 PHENYL TETRAETHYL HEXANE-1 PHENYL TETRAETHYL PENTANEDIPHENYL    

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
TETRAETHYL PENTANE DIPHERYLTETRAETHYL PROPANE TETRAETHYL PROPANE TETRAETHYL PROPYLENETETRAETHYL SILICATE 20 4.1
TETRAETHYL SILICATE   4.1
TETRAETHYL SILICATE 68 4.1
TETRAFLUOROETHYLENE   2
TETRAHYDRO-B-NAPHTHOL 20 11
TETRAHYDRO-B-NAPHTHOL   11
TETRAHYDRO-B-NAPTHOL 68 11
TETRANITRIMETHANE 20 2.2
TETRANITRIMETHONE   2.2
TETRANITROMETHANE 68 2.2
TETRATRIACONTADIENE 76 2.8
TETRATRIACONTODIENE   2.82
TETRATRIACOUTADIENE 24 2.82
TETROCARBOXYLATE 68 2.7
THALLIUM CHLORIDE   46.9
THALLIUM CHLORIDE   46.9
THALLIUM CHLORIDE   46.9
THINNER   3.7
THIOACETIC ACID 20 13
THIOACETIC ACID   13
THIOACETIC ACID 68 13
THIONYL BROMIDE 20 9.1
THIONYL BROMIDE   9.1
THIONYL BROMIDE 68 9.1
THIONYL CHLORIDE 20 9.3
THIONYL CHLORIDE   9.3
THIONYL CHLORIDE 68 9.3
THIOPHENE 20 2.8
THIOPHENE   2.8
THIOPHENE 60 2.8
THIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE 21 5.8
THIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE   5.8
THIOPHOSPHORYL CHLORIDE 70 5.8
THORIUM OXIDE   10.6
THORIUM OXIDE   10.6
THORIUM OXIDE   10.6

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
THRICHLOROETHYLENE 16 3.4
THUJONA   10
THUJONE 0 10
THUJONE 32 10
TIDE (LOOSE FROM BOX)   1.6
TIN TETRACHLORIDE 20 2.9
TIN TETRACHLORIDE   2.9
TIN TETRACHLORIDE 68 2.9
TITAMIUM TETRACHLORIDE 20 2.8
TITANIUM DIOXIDE   110
TITANIUM OXIDE   40-50
TITANIUM TETRACHLORIDE   2.8
TITANIUM TETRACHLORIDE 68 2.8
TOBACCO   1.6 - 1.7
TOBACCO DUST (6% MOISTURE)   1.7
TOLUENE 20 2.4
TOLUENE   2.4
TOLUENE 68 2.4
TOLUENE, LIQUID   2.0-2.4
TOLUIDINE 20 6
TOLUIDINE   6
TOLUNITRILE 23 18.8
TOLUNITRILE   18.8
TOLUNITRILE 73 18.8
TOLYL METHYL ETHER 20 3.5
TOLYL METHYL ETHER   3.5
TOLYL METHYL ETHER 68 3.5
TOTANA   5.5
TOTANE 44 5.5
TOTANE 111 5.5
TOURMALINE   6.3
TRANS-THREE-HEXENE   2
TRANS-3-HEXENE 24 2
TRANS-3-HEXENE 76 2
TRANSMISSION OIL 27 2.2
TRANSMISSION OIL   2.2
TRANSMISSION OIL 80 2.2
TRIBROMOPROPANE 20 6.4
TRIBROMOPROPANE   6.4
TRIBROMOPROPANE 68 6.4
TRIBUTYLPHOSPHATE 30 7.95
TRIBUTYLPHOSPHATE   7.9
TRIBUTYLPHOSPHATE 86 8
TRICHLORETHYLENE   3.4

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
TRICHLOROACETIC ACID 60 4.5
TRICHLOROACETIC ACID   4.5
TRICHLOROACETIC ACID 140 4.6
TRICHLOROETHANE   7.5
TRICHLOROETHYLENE 61 3.4
TRICHLOROLOLUENE 70 6.9
TRICHLOROPROPANE   2.4
TRICHLOROPROPANE 76 2.4
TRICHLOROTOLUENE 21 6.9
TRICHLOROXOLUENE   6.9
TRICOSANONE 79 4
TRICOSANONE 176 4
TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE 40 6.9
TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE   6.9
TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE 104 6.9
TRIETHYL ACONIATE 20 6.4
TRIETHYL ACONITATE   6.4
TRIETHYL ACONITATE 68 6.4
TRIETHYL ALUMINUM 20 2.9
TRIETHYL ALUMINUM   2.9
TRIETHYL ALUMINUM 68 2.9
TRIETHYL ETHANETRICARBOXYLATE   6.5
TRIETHYL ETHANETRICARBOXYLATE 66 6.5
TRIETHYL ISOACONITATE 20 C 7.2
TRIETHYL ISOACONITATE 68 7.2
TRIETHYL ISOACONITRATE   7.2
TRIETHYLAMINE 21 32
TRIETHYLAMINE   3.2
TRIETHYLAMINE 77 2.4
TRIFLUORACETIC ACID 20 39
TRIFLUOROACTIC ACID   39
TRIFLUOROACTIC ACID 68 39
TRIFLUOROTOLUENE 30 9.18
TRIFLUOROTOLUENE   9.1
TRIFLUOROTOLUENE 86 9.2
TRIMETHYL BORATE 20 8.2
TRIMETHYL BORATE   8.2
TRIMETHYL BORATE 68 8.2

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
TRIMETHYL-THREE-HEPTENE   2.2
TRIMETHYL-3-HEPTENE 20 2.2
TRIMETHYL-3-HEPTENE 68 2.2
TRIMETHYLAMINE 4 2.9
TRIMETHYLAMINE   2.9
TRIMETHYLAMINE 77 2.5
TRIMETHYLBENZENE 20 2.27
TRIMETHYLBENZENE   2.2
TRIMETHYLBENZENE 68 2.3
TRIMETHYLBUTANE 20 1.927
TRIMETHYLBUTANE   1.9
TRIMETHYLBUTANE 68 1.9
TRIMETHYLPENTANE 20 1.95
TRIMETHYLPENTANE   1.9
TRIMETHYLPENTANE 68 2.9
TRIMETHYLSULFANILIC ACID 18 89
TRIMETHYLSULFANILIC ACID   89
TRIMETHYLSULFANILIC ACID 64 89
TRINITROBENZENE 20 2.2
TRINITROBENZENE 68 2.2
TRINITROBENZINE   2.2
TRINITROTOLUENE 69 22
TRIOLEIN 24 3.2
TRIOLEIN   3.2
TRIOLEIN 76 3.2
TRIPHENYLEMETHANE   2.4
TRIPHENYLMETHANE 100 2.45
TRIPHENYLMETHANE 212 2.3
TRIPOLMITIN 60 2.92
TRIPOLMITIN   2.9
TRIPOLMITIN 140 2.9
TRISTEARIN 70 2.78
TRISTEARIN   2.7
TRISTEARIN 158 2.8
TURPENTINE (WOOD) 68 2.2
TWO-DICHLOROETHANE   10.7
UNDECANE 20 2.005
UNDECANE   2
UNDECANE 68 2
UNDECANONE 14 8.4
UNDECANONE 58 8.4
UNDECNONE   8.4
UREA 22 3.5
UREA 71 3.5

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
UREA   3.5
UREA   3.5
UREA 71 3.5
UREA FORMALDEHYDE (UF) (UF)(CELLULOSE FILLER)   6.4 - 6.9
UREA RESIN   6.2-9.5
URETHAN 121 14.2
URETHANE 23 3.2
URETHANE   6.5-7.1
URETHANE   3.2
URETHANE 74 3.2
URETHANE RESIN   6.5 - 7.1
VALERADEHYDE 14 11.8
VALERALDEHYDE   11.8
VALERALDEHYDE 58 11.8
VALERIC ACID 17 2.6
VALERIC ACID   2.6
VALERIC ACID 68 2.6
VALERONITRILE 21 17.7
VALERONITRILE   17.7
VALERONITRILE 70 17.7
VANADIUM OXYBROMIDE 26 3.6
VANADIUM OXYBROMIDE   3.6
VANADIUM OXYBROMIDE 78 3.6
VANADIUM OXYCHLORIDE 26 3.4
VANADIUM OXYCHLORIDE   3.4
VANADIUM OXYCHLORIDE 78 3.4
VANADIUM SULFIDE   3.1
VANADIUM TETRACHLORIDE 26 3
VANADIUM TETRACHLORIDE   3
VANADIUM TETRACHLORIDE 78 3
VASELINE   2.2-2.9
VERATROL 23 4.5
VERATROL   4.5
VERATROL 73 4.5
VINYL ALCOHOL RESIN   2.6-3.5
VINYL BUTYRAL   3.3 - 3.9

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
VINYL CHLORIDE (ACETATE)   3.0 - 3.1
VINYL CHLORIDE (FLEXIBLE)   3.5 - 4.5
VINYL CHLORIDE (RIDGIG)   2.8 - 3.0
VINYL CHLORIDE RESIN, HARD   5.8-6.4
VINYL CHLORIDE RESIN, SOFT   2.8-4.0
VINYL ETHER 20 3.9
VINYL ETHER   3.9
VINYL ETHER 68 3.9
VINYL FORMAL   3
VINYLLIDENE CHLORIDE   3.0 - 4.0
VYCOR GLASS   3.8
WATER 0 88
WATER 20 80
WATER 100 48
WATER   48-88
WATER 32 88
WATER 68 80.4
WATER 212 55.3
WATER 390 34.5
WATER 68 80
WATER (STEAM) 68 1.00785
WAX   2.4-6.5
WHEAT FLOUR   3.0 - 5.0
WHEAT FLOUR (DRY POWDER)   1.6
WHITE MICA   4.5-9.6
WOOD, DRY   2-6
WOOD, PRESSED BOARD   2.0-2.6
WOOD, WET   10-30
XYLENE 20 2.4
XYLENE   2.4
XYLENE, LIQUID   2.2-2.6
XYLENOL 17  
XYLENOL 62 3.9
XYLIDINE 20 5
XYLIDINE   5
XYLIDINE 68 5
ZINC OXIDE   1.7-2.5
ZINC SULFIDE   8.2
ZINC SULFIDE   8.2
ZINC SULFIDE ZIRCON   12
ZIRCONIUM OXIDE   12.5

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MATERIALS DEG. F DIELECTRICCONSTANT
ZIRCONIUM OXIDE   12.5
ZIRCONIUM OXIDE   12.5
ZIRCONIUM SILICATE   5
1, 2-DICHLOROETHANE 25 10.7
1-DIETHOXYETHANE 24 3.8
1-DIETHOXYETHANE   3.8
1-DIETHOXYETHANE 76 3.8
1-HEPTENE 68 2.1
1-0CTANOL 68 10.3
2-METHYL-1-PROPANOL 77 17.7
3 DIMETHYL-2-BUTANONE   13.1
3-CHLORO-1 DIHYDROXYPRONE 20 31
3-CHLORO-1 DIHYDROXYPRONE   31
3-CHLORO-1, DIHYDROXYPRONE 68 31
3-DIMETHYL-2-BUTANONE 293 13.1