Distortions of high frequency electrode impedance: Their causes and how to avoid them

@inproceedings{Ghr1984DistortionsOH,
  title={Distortions of high frequency electrode impedance: Their causes and how to avoid them},
  author={Hermann G{\"o}hr and M. Mirnik and Carl A. Schiller},
  year={1984}
}
Measurements of electrode impedances at frequencies above 10 to 100 kHz can be disturbed by effects which to a first approximation correspond to that of an inductance L, connected in series with the electrode impedance. The value of L, however, in most cases exceeds that of the current lead to the test electrode. It is shown by theoretical and experimental means that this inductance is spurious and is mainly caused by stray capacities due to the shape and relative position of the three… CONTINUE READING