A method of measuring surface permittivity by microwave dielectric analysis

Naito, Satoru; Hoshi, Masato; Mashimo, Satoru
October 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct96, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p3633
Academic Journal
Discusses a method for controlling skin depth of microwave dielectric analysis using an open end cell. Correlation between the measured permittivity, the electric length of the cell and the permittivity depth profile; Usefulness of the skin depth controlling method for dielectric analysis of water in living organisms and related food products.


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