Bahaj, Abubakr S. and Bailey, Adrian G.
The relationship between Dielectrophoresis and impedance response of dielectric particles immersed in aqueous media
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, IA-21, (5), . (doi:10.1109/TIA.1985.349558).
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Dielectrophoretic force measurements on isolated 50-Âµm diameter particles of divinylbenzene (DVB) suspended in aqueous solutions show that force is dependent on relaxation mechanisms present at the particle-liquid interface. Measurements on single particles have been extended to measurements on populations of particles. The impedance of aqueous suspensions of particles contained in a gold-plated electrode test cell has been measured over a range of frequency. Data are presented in the form of Cole-Cole plots. It is shown that the dielectrophoretic response of single particles can be related to the frequency-dependent impedance behavior of suspensions of similar particles.
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