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Scanning the strength of a test signal to monitor electrode degradation within bio-fluidic microsystems

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Scanning the strength of a test signal to monitor electrode degradation within bio-fluidic microsystems. / Al-Gayem, Qais; Liu, Hong; Khan, Haroon; Richardson, Andrew.

On-Line Testing Symposium (IOLTS), 2013 IEEE 19th International. IEEE, 2013. p. 133-138.

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Al-Gayem, Q, Liu, H, Khan, H & Richardson, A 2013, Scanning the strength of a test signal to monitor electrode degradation within bio-fluidic microsystems. in On-Line Testing Symposium (IOLTS), 2013 IEEE 19th International. IEEE, pp. 133-138. https://doi.org/10.1109/IOLTS.2013.6604064

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Al-Gayem, Q., Liu, H., Khan, H., & Richardson, A. (2013). Scanning the strength of a test signal to monitor electrode degradation within bio-fluidic microsystems. In On-Line Testing Symposium (IOLTS), 2013 IEEE 19th International (pp. 133-138). IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/IOLTS.2013.6604064

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Al-Gayem Q, Liu H, Khan H, Richardson A. Scanning the strength of a test signal to monitor electrode degradation within bio-fluidic microsystems. In On-Line Testing Symposium (IOLTS), 2013 IEEE 19th International. IEEE. 2013. p. 133-138 https://doi.org/10.1109/IOLTS.2013.6604064

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Al-Gayem, Qais ; Liu, Hong ; Khan, Haroon ; Richardson, Andrew. / Scanning the strength of a test signal to monitor electrode degradation within bio-fluidic microsystems. On-Line Testing Symposium (IOLTS), 2013 IEEE 19th International. IEEE, 2013. pp. 133-138

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