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Results of measurements of the dielectric constant, dielectric nonlinearity and spontaneous polarization of tri-glycine sulfate are given. These data demonstrate clearly that this material exhibits a second-order ferroelectric transition. The properties discussed are described in terms of the usual expansion of the free energy in even powers of the polarization F(P,T)=F(O,T)+A(T-T
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