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A Dielectric Spectrometer for Liquid Using the Electromagnetic Induction Method

@inproceedings{Wakamatsu1997ADS,
  title={A Dielectric Spectrometer for Liquid Using the Electromagnetic Induction Method},
  author={Hideki Wakamatsu},
  year={1997}
}
Dielectric spectroscopy is useful for the characterization of colloidal dispersions. In the past, dielectric spectroscopy has been attempted using parallel metal electrodes to measure the permittivity and conductivity of colloids. However, it is difficult in practice to make these measurements in conductive solutions because large measurement errors can be caused by electrode polarization, which is a kind of contact impedance between the electrode and the solution. Electrode polarization… Expand
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