In vitro study of iridium electrodes for neural stimulation

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Iridium is one of the main electrode materials for applications like neural stimulation. Iridium has a higher charge injection capacity when activated and transformed into AIROF (activated iridium oxide film) using specific electrical signals [1]. Activation is not possible in stimulating devices, if they do not include the necessary circuitry for… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/EMBC.2012.6346057

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@article{Aryan2012InVS, title={In vitro study of iridium electrodes for neural stimulation}, author={Naser Pour Aryan and Christian Brendler and Viola Rieger and Sebastian Schleehauf and Gerhard Heusel and Albrecht Rothermel}, journal={2012 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society}, year={2012}, pages={819-822} }