Microwave diagnostics of some bio-medical solutions using cylindrical resonator

@article{Kapilevich2009MicrowaveDO,
  title={Microwave diagnostics of some bio-medical solutions using cylindrical resonator},
  author={Boris Kapilevich and Asher Yahalom and Boris Litvak and D. Mihaeli},
  journal={IEEE EUROCON 2009},
  year={2009},
  pages={128-133}
}
The paper describes results of testing the microwave sensor designed for diagnostics of some bio-medical solutions. It consists of a resonator supporting quasi-TM010 or TE111 modes containing an axial glass tube filled with the solution under test. Concentrations of the tested ingredients in water solutions both organic and inorganic have been determined with high accuracy. Various solutions have been tested including: sodium chloride, magnesium sulfate, sodium bicarbonate, kali permanganate… CONTINUE READING

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