Superabsorbent polymer electrode for transcranial direct current stimulation


Super absorbent polymer (SAP) is examined as a viable substitute of carbon for transcutaneous stimulation electrode design. Parameters such as fluid release under pressure, current homogeneity, resistance and drying rate were considered. Results showed that SAP electrodes had reduced fluid release under pressure and lower resistance when compared to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/MeMeA.2013.6549760

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