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A new system for measuring electrical conductivity of water as a function of admittance

Capillary Electrophoresis Devices. Anal. Chem. 2003; 75, 306-312. 12553766 10.1021/ac0157371 Laugere Frederic M. Guijt Rosanne Bastemeijer Jeroen van der Steen Gert Berthold Axel Baltussen Erik Sarro Pascalina W. K. van Dedem Gijs Vellekoop Michiel Bossche Andre On-Chip Contactless Four-Electrode Conductivity Detection for Capillary Electrophoresis Devices Anal. Chem 2003 75 306 312 9 Jinsong Yu and Chung-Chiun Liu, Microfabricated Thin Film Impedance Sensor

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Transient bioimpedance monitoring of mechanotransduction in artificial tissue during indentation

includes the microfluidic system and support, can be given as: (20) R s u b = ρ s u b L K k h s K k ′ h s $${{R}_{sub}}=\frac{{{\rho }_{sub}}}{L}\frac{K\left( {{k}_{hs}} \right)}{K\left( {{{{k}'}}_{hs}} \right)}$$ In a similar manner the geometry of the thin film of the conductive medium can be mapped onto the parallel plate geometry [ 36 ]. In this instance: (21) k t f = tanh π g 2 h tanh π s + g 2 h $${{k}_{tf}}=\frac{\tanh \left( \frac{\pi g}{2h} \right)}{\tanh \left( \frac{\pi \left( s+g \right)}{2h} \right)}$$ and: (22

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Electrical Impedance Spectroscopic Studies on Broiler Chicken Tissue Suitable for the Development of Practical Phantoms in Multifrequency EIT

. Hsu, and Lee M., High frequency impedance spectroscopy on ZnO nanorod arrays, Journal of Applied Physics. 2010; 107: 064312. 10.1063/1.3319555 10.1063/1.3319555 Scrymgeour D. A. Highstrete C. Lee Y. J. Julia W. P. Hsu Lee M. High frequency impedance spectroscopy on ZnO nanorod arrays Journal of Applied Physics 2010 107 064312 10.1063/1.3319555 37 Nielsen J, Jacobsen T, Current distribution effects in AC impedance spectroscopy of electroceramic point contact and thin film model electrodes, Electrochimica Acta. 2010; 55(21): 6248

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A short tutorial contribution to impedance and AC-electrokinetic characterization and manipulation of cells and media: Are electric methods more versatile than acoustic and laser methods?

multi-sensor chip. The chip has been developed for the monitoring of cell-physiological parameters and cell-proliferation behaviour. Glass-wafer technology ensured the microscopic observability of the on-chip cell culture. A mouse-osteoblast precursor-cell line (MC3T3-E1) was used as a model system (manuscript in preparation). The chip has been combined with a microfluidic channel grid, which was imprinted in poly-dimethyl-siloxane. The glass substrate bore thin-film platinum structures which were covered by 1 μm Si 3 N 4 in most chip areas. Bare platinum structures

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Applications of bioimpedance measurement techniques in tissue engineering

example, impedance measurements have been used for continuous monitoring of tissue spheroids ( 62 , 84 , 85 ), as well as estimating the cell size ( 84 , 85 ), proliferation ( 62 ), evaluation of cell concentration ( 86 ) and cell viability ( 87 , 88 ). In addition, this method has been used for monitoring cells behavior by application of bulk ( 89 ) or thin film electrodes ( 90 ), on cells attached to a substrate ( 91 ), on cells in suspension ( 92 ) or on trapped single cell ( 93 ). Microsystems can provide an environment for cell cultures where noninvasive

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