Dielectric properties of human blood and erythrocytes at radio frequencies (0.2–10 MHz); dependence on cell volume fraction and medium composition

@article{Beving1994DielectricPO,
  title={Dielectric properties of human blood and erythrocytes at radio frequencies (0.2–10 MHz); dependence on cell volume fraction and medium composition},
  author={H{\aa}kan Beving and Lars E Eriksson and Chris L. Davey and Douglas B. Kell},
  journal={European Biophysics Journal},
  year={1994},
  volume={23},
  pages={207-215}
}
The dielectric properties of human erythrocytes (red blood cells) suspended in whole blood and in isotonic media at various volume fractions (haematocrits) have been studied in the frequency range 0.2–10 MHz, in which the so-calledβ-dispersion due to the Maxwell-Wagner effect is known to occur. The capacitance and conductance at 25 °C were measured by an instrument interfaced to a computer. The rectangular sample cavity (1 ml volume) contained four pure gold electrode pins, and the sample could… CONTINUE READING

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