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Dispersion and Absorption in Dielectrics I. Alternating Current Characteristics
The dispersion and absorption of a considerable number of liquid and dielectrics are represented by the empirical formula e*−e∞=(e0−e∞)/[1+(iωτ0)1−α]. In this equation, e* is the complex dielectricExpand
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Dispersion and Absorption in Dielectrics II. Direct Current Characteristics
In the first paper of this series [J. Chem. Phys. 9, 341 (1941)], it was shown that the complex dielectric constant, e*, of many liquid and solid dielectrics is given by a single very general formulaExpand
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Potassium ion current in the squid giant axon: dynamic characteristic.
Measurements of the potassium current in the squid axon membrane have been made, after changes of the membrane potential to the sodium potential of Hodgkin and Huxley (HH), from near the restingExpand
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ELECTRIC IMPEDANCE OF THE SQUID GIANT AXON DURING ACTIVITY
  • K. Cole, H. Curtis
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The Journal of general physiology
  • 20 May 1939
Alternating current impedance measurements have been made over a wide frequency range on the giant axon from the stellar nerve of the squid, Loligo pealii, during the passage of a nerve impulse. TheExpand
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ELECTRIC IMPEDANCE OF NITELLA DURING ACTIVITY
  • K. Cole, H. Curtis
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The Journal of general physiology
  • 20 September 1938
The changes in the alternating current impedance which occur during activity of cells of the fresh water plant Nitella have been measured with the current flow normal to the cell axis, at eightExpand
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ELECTRIC IMPEDANCE OF SUSPENSIONS OF SPHERES
  • K. Cole
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The Journal of general physiology
  • 20 September 1928
A general expression has been derived for the electric impedance of a suspension of spheres each having a homogeneous non-reactive interior and a thin surface layer with both resistance andExpand
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ELECTRIC PHASE ANGLE OF CELL MEMBRANES
  • K. Cole
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The Journal of general physiology
  • 20 July 1932
From the theory of an electric network containing any combination of resistances and a single variable impedance element having a constant phase angle independent of frequency, it is shown that theExpand
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Aryl isoprenoids and diaromatic carotenoids in Paleozoic source rocks and oils from the Western Canada and Williston Basins
Abstract Aryl isoprenoids in the range C13–C31 have been identified in source rock bitumens and oils from several Paleozoic-age petroleum systems in the Western Canada and Williston Basins. TheExpand
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