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The dielectric is an insulator which may be polarized if any electric filed is applied across it. When it is placed is an electric filed, the shifting changes occurs. This is known as dielectric polarization. Due to this all positive(+) charges move towards the electric field whereas the negative(-) charges displaced to the opposite direction of the electric filed. That's why water is called as a dielectric constant.
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