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Dielectric spectroscopy study of water hyacinth collected from different media.
Mahani R, et al. Spectrochim Acta A Mol Biomol Spectrosc 2018. PMID 29055753
The dielectric properties were investigated for the plant samples before (control) and after treating by microwave heating power. ...The conductivity and dielectric properties of all plant samples are dominated by the media and concentration of pollutants....
The dielectric properties were investigated for the plant samples before (control) and after treating by microwave heating power. ... …
The dielectric spectroscopy of human red blood cells: the differentiation of old from fresh cells.
David M, et al. Physiol Meas 2017. PMID 28462905
APPROACH: The dielectric response of RBC suspensions, exposed to blood-bank cold storage, was studied using time-domain dielectric spectroscopy (TDDS) in the frequency range of 500 kHz up to 1 GHz. The measured dielectric processes are characterized by their dielectric strength (Δε) and relaxation time (τ). Changes in the dielectric properties of the RBC suspensions due to storage-related lesions were evaluated. ...
APPROACH: The dielectric response of RBC suspensions, exposed to blood-bank cold storage, was studied using time-domain dielectric
Dielectric spectroscopy on organic charge-transfer salts.
Lunkenheimer P and Loidl A. J Phys Condens Matter 2015 - Review. PMID 26325011
This topical review provides an overview of the dielectric properties of a variety of organic charge-transfer salts, based on both, data reported in literature and our own experimental results. Moreover, we discuss in detail the different processes that can contribute to the dielectric response of these materials. We concentrate on the family of the 1D (TMTTF)2 X systems and the 2D BEDT-TTF-based charge-transfer salts, which in recent years have attracted considerable interest due to their often intriguing dielectric properties. ...
This topical review provides an overview of the dielectric properties of a variety of organic charge-transfer salts, based on both, d …
Dielectric spectroscopy as a viable biosensing tool for cell and tissue characterization and analysis.
Heileman K, et al. Biosens Bioelectron 2013 - Review. PMID 23796534
The use of dielectric spectroscopy to carry out real time observations of cells and to extract a wealth of information about their physiological properties has expanded in recent years. This popularity is due to the simple, easy to use, non-invasive and real time nature of dielectric spectroscopy. The ease of integrating dielectric spectroscopy with microfluidic devices has allowed the technology to further expand into biomedical research. ...
The use of dielectric spectroscopy to carry out real time observations of cells and to extract a wealth of information about t …
Dielectric properties of isolated adrenal chromaffin cells determined by microfluidic impedance spectroscopy.
Sabuncu AC, et al. Bioelectrochemistry 2018. PMID 28918192
To this end, using electrical impedance spectroscopy, the dielectric properties of isolated, neuroendocrine adrenal chromaffin cells were obtained. ...Lastly, to extract the cellular dielectric parameters, the cell dielectric data were fit into a granular cell model representative of a chromaffin cell, which was based on the inclusion of secretory granules in the cytoplasm. ...
To this end, using electrical impedance spectroscopy, the dielectric properties of isolated, neuroendocrine adrenal chromaffin …
Molecular Dynamic in Ethosuximide Glass Forming Pharmaceutical as Studied by Dielectric Relaxation Spectroscopy.
Osiecka N, et al. J Pharm Sci 2019. PMID 30009796
Polymorphism and molecular dynamics of ethosuximide with molecules of left- and right-handed chirality have been studied in detail using dielectric spectroscopy. ...Moving window correlation analysis of the imaginary part of dielectric permittivity spectra allowed us to complete the monotropic system of phases found by the differential scanning calorimetry method. ...
Polymorphism and molecular dynamics of ethosuximide with molecules of left- and right-handed chirality have been studied in detail using …
Towards mm-wave spectroscopy for dielectric characterization of breast surgical margins.
Summers PE, et al. Breast 2019. PMID 30884340
The relatively unexplored ability of millimeter-wave (mm-wave) spectroscopy to provide insight into the dielectric properties of breast tissues was investigated as a precursor to their possible use in assessment of surgical margins. ...CONCLUSION: Reliable discrimination of malignant from normal, fat-rich breast tissue to a depth compatible with surgical margin assessment requirements was achieved with mm-wave spectroscopy....
The relatively unexplored ability of millimeter-wave (mm-wave) spectroscopy to provide insight into the dielectric properties …
Dielectric spectroscopy of small molecule pharmaceuticals-effect of sample configuration.
Kothari K, et al. J Pharm Sci 2014. PMID 25176641
In dielectric spectroscopy, a technique traditionally used to characterize molecular mobility in polymers, the sample is usually analyzed as a thin film. ...The magnitudes of the intrinsic dielectric properties were affected by the sample configuration with the powder samples consistently yielding lower values. ...
In dielectric spectroscopy, a technique traditionally used to characterize molecular mobility in polymers, the sample is usual …
Cell Electrofusion in Centrifuged Erythrocyte Pellets Assessed by Dielectric Spectroscopy.
Asami K. J Membr Biol 2016. PMID 26407874
We have characterized cell electrofusion in cell pellets by dielectric spectroscopy. Cell pellets were formed from horse erythrocyte suspensions by centrifugation and were subjected to intense AC pulses. The dielectric spectra of the pellets were measured over a frequency range of 10 Hz to 10 MHz. The application of AC pulses caused low-frequency (LF) dielectric relaxation below about 100 kHz. ...
We have characterized cell electrofusion in cell pellets by dielectric spectroscopy. Cell pellets were formed from horse eryth …
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