Electrodermal activity by DC potential and AC conductance measured simultaneously at the same skin site

@article{Grimnes2011ElectrodermalAB,
  title={Electrodermal activity by DC potential and AC conductance measured simultaneously at the same skin site},
  author={S. Grimnes and A. Jabbari and {\O}. G. Martinsen and C. Tronstad},
  journal={Skin Research and Technology},
  year={2011},
  volume={17}
}
  • S. Grimnes, A. Jabbari, +1 author C. Tronstad
  • Published 2011
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Skin Research and Technology
  • Background: For a long time, DC conductance has been the most important parameter in electrodermal routine measurements. However, DC current flow polarizes the electrodes, electrolyzes the skin, disturbs the measurement of conductance by possible varying electromotive forces (EMFs) in the circuit, and impedes the registration of the skin endosomatic DC potential. 
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