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Dielectric permittivity and conductivity measurements are reported from various soft excised mammalian non-tumour tissues, at frequencies between 0.1 and 100 MHz, and at room and body temperatures. The data over this wide frequency range can be well represented by a Cole-Cole equation for either the complex conductivity or complex permittivity. A summary of(More)
Dielectric permittivity and conductivity are reported for grey and white matter from dog brain tissue between 0.01 and 10 GHz. Between 0.01 and approximately 1 GHz, the permittivity decreases and conductivity increases as a power law of frequency. Above 1 GHz, the conductivity increases quadratically with frequency due to dipolar reorientation of free water(More)
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