Publication detail

The design of high-impedance and high-voltage input amplifier for measurement of electropotentials on solid-liquid phase boundary

ROUBAL, Z. SZABÓ, Z. STEINBAUER, M. HEGER, D. KUBÁSEK, R.

Original Title

The design of high-impedance and high-voltage input amplifier for measurement of electropotentials on solid-liquid phase boundary

English Title

The design of high-impedance and high-voltage input amplifier for measurement of electropotentials on solid-liquid phase boundary

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

On the interface of solid-liquid phases of water solutions, certain electric potential occurs during the freezing process. This is caused by the separation of ions from the solid phase. As freezing is often used for the preservation of biological samples, the influence of the electric field induced by this process upon biological samples is the subject of investigation. For this purpose, we need certain specialized facilities and measuring devices to facilitate the measurement of this potential.

English abstract

On the interface of solid-liquid phases of water solutions, certain electric potential occurs during the freezing process. This is caused by the separation of ions from the solid phase. As freezing is often used for the preservation of biological samples, the influence of the electric field induced by this process upon biological samples is the subject of investigation. For this purpose, we need certain specialized facilities and measuring devices to facilitate the measurement of this potential.

Keywords

high-impedance amplifier, freezing potencial

RIV year

2011

Released

20.03.2011

Pages from

1162

Pages to

1166

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT36253,
  author="Zdeněk {Roubal} and Zoltán {Szabó} and Miloslav {Steinbauer} and Dominik {Heger} and Radek {Kubásek}",
  title="The design of high-impedance and high-voltage input amplifier for measurement of electropotentials on solid-liquid phase boundary",
  annote="On the interface of solid-liquid phases of water solutions, certain electric potential 
occurs during the freezing process. This is caused by the separation of ions from the solid phase. As 
freezing is often used for the preservation of biological samples, the influence of the electric field 
induced by this process upon biological samples is  the subject of investigation. For this purpose,  
we need certain specialized facilities and measuring devices to facilitate the measurement of this 
potential.",
  chapter="36253",
  number="2011",
  volume="2011",
  year="2011",
  month="march",
  pages="1162--1166",
  type="journal article - other"
}