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Rectifying memristor bridge circuit realized with human skin

consequently be seen as non-linear electrical measurements (on human skin) [ 22 ]. Furthermore, these can be seen as part of Bioimpedance, since this field encompasses the passive electrical properties (memristor = fourth passive electrical circuit element) of organic tissues and corresponding recording techniques [ 23 ]. Materials and methods Subject recruitment, approval The measurements were conducted on 28 test subjects (16 male, 12 female, mean age 31 years, SD = 9.5 years; all gave informed consent for participation in the study) at the University of Oslo in

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