Highest dielec.constant liquid?

What legal obtainable, and relatively safe, liquids have the highest available dielectric constant?
Jim

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Water. But it probably does not fit your other needs!
mike
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Newsgroups: sci.materials Sent: Thursday, July 01, 2004 8:01 AM Subject: Re: Highest dielec.constant liquid?
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: : > What legal obtainable, and relatively safe, liquids have the highest : > available dielectric constant? : > : > Jim : : Water. But it probably does not fit your other needs!
Water gets squirrely at 4 C. the dialectic constant changes for the high 70s to a little over 3 as it freezes.
It is not safe if you breath it, drink too much or fall in it when it is too cold or too hot or it falls on you when it is frozen.
The only thing that is safe is a casket to the properly embalmed occupant.
Gordon
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