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Capacity electrode for chronic stimulation


, : Capacity electrode for chronic stimulation. Science 132(3423): 356

An electrode is described which can be used for electrical stimulation over prolonged periods without danger of contaminating tissue with electrode products. Use of a thoroughly insulated metal surface precludes all electrode processes, although a transient current can occur to stimulate the tissue.

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Accession: 024277855

DOI: 10.1126/science.132.3423.356

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