Quantum Emphasis on ElectroChemical Behaviour of an Organometallic Compound: Guanidinium Chromate - Abstract
The operative electronic, ionic, orientational, or dipolar and interfacial polarizations are made active by imposing an oscillatory electric field to a dielectric material. It is noted that, dielectric material precedes a huge impact on the AC-DC electric conductivity and its dielectric effects. In our current study, guanidinium chromate (GC) compound was successfully sy nthesized via solvent evaporation method. The sharp peaks of PXRD pattern exhibits atomic arrangements at definite lattices. Moreover, we come up with a mainstream focus on electric and dielectric behaviours of GC compound as a function of temperature with the corresponding frequencies respectively. The impedance data were fitted in the equivalent operating circuit system with the predominant combinations of resistors and constant phase elements (CPE). Complex impedance measurement of GC compound is focused at all the temperature occurrences resulting an improved conductivity with more resistant to frequency at higher temperatures. Imaginary dielectric constant (?”) and dielectric loss were also predominantly noted and observed to be declining at higher frequencies, suggesting that GC is an appropriate material for high frequency device applications. Further at maximum temperatures and frequencies, the complex imaginary part M" of electric modulus shows a shift in the relaxer peak. On evaluating the results obtained, it is well apprehend that the GC compound could be a propitious candidate for high-frequency device application.