By Yuri P. Kalmykov, William T. Coffey, Stuart A. Rice

Fractals, Diffusion, and leisure in Disordered complicated platforms is a distinct guest-edited, two-part quantity of Advances in Chemical Physics that maintains to record contemporary advances with major, updated chapters by way of across the world famous researchers.

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Refs. 22, 26, 44, and 45). This approach is immediately able to reproduce all known empirical expressions for non-Debye relaxation. However, they are rather formal models and they do not provide a link to the microscopic relaxations. c. In a certain sense the third class of models provides the bridge between the two previous cases. On the one hand, they are based on the microscopic relaxation properties, but, on the other hand, reproduce the known empirical expressions for non-Debye relaxation.

For percolating microemulsions, the second and the third types of relaxation processes characterize the collective dynamics in the system and are of a cooperative nature. The dynamics of the second type may be associated with the transfer of an excitation caused by the transport of electrical charges within the clusters in the percolation region. The relaxation processes of the third type are caused by rearrangements of the clusters and are associated with various types of droplet and cluster motions, such as translations, rotations, collisions, fusion, and fission [113,143].

In order to avoid unnecessary data transformation, it is preferable to perform data analysis directly in the domain, where the results were measured. However, nowadays there are no inherent difficulties in transforming data from one domain to another by direct or inverse Fourier transform. We will concentrate below on the details of data analysis only in the frequency domain. 1. The Continuous Parameter Estimation Problem Dielectric relaxation of complex materials over wide frequency and temperature ranges in general may be described in terms of several non-Debye relaxation processes.

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