electrode impedance

electrode impedance

[i′lek‚trōd im′pēd·əns]
(electronics)
Reciprocal of the electrode admittance.
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Diagnostic functions: - documentation of parameters, Device, Electrode and patient data, - event memory for both managed and unmanaged events, - automatic electrode impedance measurement, - recording system status data.
[8] reported that the total incidence of the devices with a minimum of 1 abnormal electrode impedance value was 12.4% and 8.2% at the intraoperative and postoperative intervals, respectively.
Electrode impedance was kept below 5 K[ohm], with automatic artifact rejection (5).
The Ag/Ti[O.sub.2] electrode impedance diagram with the Ag dose of 5.0 x [10.sup.17] ions x [cm.sup.-2] is shown in Figure 13.
Cells adhesion and growth on the surface of a planer electrode can hinder unrestricted current flow from the electrode into the electrolyte and increase the overall electrode impedance like insulating particles [49, 50].
Contact impedance was constantly monitored using impedance meter to keep electrode impedance below 5 k ohms.
Muchnik, "A longitudinal study of electrical stimulation levels and electrode impedance in children using the Clarion cochlear implant," Acta Oto-Laryngologica, vol.
Therefore, the formula for the electrode impedance [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in Figure 10 is
She discusses the basic science, including the anatomy of hearing loss, principles of electrical stimulation of the auditory system, parts and functions of a cochlear implant, past and present devices, candidacy, and signal delivery with cochlear implants; nonphysiological objective measures, including electrode impedance, electrical field potentials, and averaged electrode voltages; and physiological measures: electrically evoked stapedial reflexes, compound action potentials, auditory brainstem response, auditory middle latency response, and auditory cortical potentials.
Influence of the analyzing window on electrode impedance measurement by the continuous frequency scanning method // Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry.--Elsevier.--2002.
At the same time, the electrochemically active area is being modified, and this led to the observed fluctuating movement of the resistive and capacitive components of the working electrode impedance. In order to explain this performance, it was assumed that the white rust either continuously dissolved and/or eventually detached from the substrate.
This article discusses an alternative aqueous electrode impedance spectroscopy experimental geometry.