In vitro comparison of sputtered iridium oxide and platinum-coated neural implantable microelectrode arrays.

@article{Negi2010InVC,
  title={In vitro comparison of sputtered iridium oxide and platinum-coated neural implantable microelectrode arrays.},
  author={Sandeep Negi and Rajmohan Bhandari and Loren Rieth and Florian Solzbacher},
  journal={Biomedical materials},
  year={2010},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={15007}
}
Neural interfaces connect signal processing electronics to the nervous system via implanted microelectrode arrays such as the Utah electrode array (UEA). The active sites of the UEA are coated with thin films of either platinum (Pt) or iridium oxide (IrOx). Pt and IrOx have attracted attention as a stimulating or recording material due to their ability to transfer between ionic and electronic current and to resist corrosion. The physical, mechanical, chemical, electrical and optical properties… CONTINUE READING
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