Impedance spectroscopy using maximum length sequences: Application to single cell analysis
Gawad, Shady, Sun, Tao, Green, Nicolas G and Morgan, Hywel (2007) Impedance spectroscopy using maximum length sequences: Application to single cell analysis. REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS, 78, 054301-1.
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A maximum length sequence MLS is used to perform broadband impedance spectroscopy on a dielectric sample. The method has a number of advantages over other pulse-based or frequency sweep techniques. It requires the application of a very short sequence of voltage steps in the microsecond range and therefore allows the measurement of time-dependent impedance of a sample with high temporal resolution over a large bandwidth. The technique is demonstrated using a time-invariant passive RC network. The impedance of single biological cell flowing in a microfluidic channel is also measured, showing that MLS is an ideal method for high speed impedance analysis.
|Divisions:||Faculty of Physical Sciences and Engineering > Electronics and Computer Science > NANO
|Date Deposited:||30 May 2007|
|Last Modified:||21 Aug 2012 03:55|
|Contributors:||Gawad, Shady (Author)
Sun, Tao (Author)
Green, Nicolas G (Author)
Morgan, Hywel (Author)
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|ISI Citation Count:||12|
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