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electric impedance

an opposition to electron flow in a conducting material.
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This deal supports our global aspirations of introducing ZedScan and our proprietary Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) technology into emerging markets.
Their topics include anomalous event detection methodologies for surveillance application: an insight, electrical impedance tomography: a real-time medical imaging technique, invariant model combining geometry and appearance for facial detection and gender classification from arbitrary viewpoints, recent developments in feature extraction and description algorithms: hardware designs and algorithmic derivatives.
Measures of the complex electrical impedance at high temperatures are performed in a measuring cell adapted to a tubular three-zone furnace Carbolite TZF, this furnace can reach temperatures up to 1473 K.
Electrical impedance has been widely applied for the assessment of meat quality such as pH, fat content, tenderness and freshness [17,18].
The accelerated response of EIS containing PKC carbon and Base carbon were studied at room temperature (27degC) using Hioki Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy.
Sanitary materials you - kit electrical impedance tomography chest by integrated device mechanical ventilation.
and materials parameters are obtained from the manufacturer of the piezocomposite (Smart Materials) and from data obtained from size and density measurements and from measurements of the frequency location of different resonant modes in the electrical impedance vs.
Despite a general public perception that BIA measures body fat, the technology also determines the electrical impedance of body tissues, which provides an estimate of Total Body Water (TBW).
Calzia E, Hahn G, Hellige G (2005) Electrical impedance tomography: looking behind the secrets of regional lung function.
CHARACTERIZATION OF MAMMARY NEOPLASIA BY ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY: CANINE MODEL
Electrical impedance measurements of biological tissues, also referred to as bioimpedance, quantify the resistance of a material to an injected electrical stimulus.

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