In vitro electrical properties for iridium oxide versus titanium nitride stimulating electrodes

@article{Weiland2002InVE,
  title={In vitro electrical properties for iridium oxide versus titanium nitride stimulating electrodes},
  author={James D. Weiland and David J. Anderson and Mark S. Humayun},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2002},
  volume={49},
  pages={1574-1579}
}
Stimulating electrode materials must be capable of supplying high-density electrical charge to effectively activate neural tissue. Platinum is the most commonly used material for neural stimulation. Two other materials have been considered: iridium oxide and titanium nitride. This study directly compared the electrical characteristics of iridium oxide and titanium nitride by fabricating silicon substrate probes that differed only in the material used to form the electrode. Electrochemical… CONTINUE READING

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