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Detection and elimination of signal errors due to unintentional movements in biomedical magnetic induction tomography spectroscopy (MITS)

S/m conductivity was heated in a microwave oven and taken out before boiling in order to avoid any NaCl concentration change through vaporization and hence any change in the intended conductivity. Afterwards, agar powder was mixed with the NaCl solution and the mixture was heated again and taken out before the formation of any bubbles or scum in order to avoid any inhomogeneities. A spherical plastic mould of 15 mm radius was filled with the mixture and cooled. The mould was pretreated with a very thin layer of a neutral lubricant (petroleum jelly) in order

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