Browse Repository Browse E-Theses. Doctoral thesis, Liverpool John Moores University. This research entailed the development of resonant dielectric sensors that utilising alternating electric fields at microwave frequencies. Characterisation and identification of biological samples is currently an expensive and time consuming procedure due to the extreme variation of seemingly similar biological systems. The work describes the development of resonant dielectric sensors for five distinct applications. The aim of the research was to develop non-invasive, affordable and compact dielectric spectroscopy sensors that may be used in-situ to characterise organic and biological systems.
DESIGN OF A DIELECTRIC SPECTROSCOPY SENSOR FOR CONTINUOUS AND NON-INVASIVE BLOOD GLUCOSE MONITORING
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This article briefly mentions that Dielectric Spectroscopy can be applied to electrochemical systems which is traditionally called Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy or EIS. However, it does not explain how EIS is any different from other types of Dielectric Spectroscopy, and does not go into detail in any electrochemical applications, specifically in batteries. There is little detail on how to actually perform these types of spectroscopy. In batteries, an AC current of a certain frequency is applied to a battery and the output AC voltage is measured or vice versa. By dividing voltage by current, the battery's impedance can be obtained for that frequency. The process is repeated for many discrete frequencies over a wide frequency range to obtain the impedance characteristics for the frequency range. The equivalent circuit modeling ECM section also appears to be lacking in depth.
Frequency Domain Spectroscopy
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Dielectric Spectroscopy in Biodiesel Production and Characterization presents the application of dielectric techniques in the production process of biodiesel, and in the characterization of biofuels, raw materials and effluents. In this comprehensive text, the reader will find information about biodiesel, production processes and biofuel characterization, including a description of dielectric techniques that are a useful alternative to — and have some important advantages over — the methods indicated in international standards. Dielectric Spectroscopy in Biodiesel Production and Characterization is written in a language that is easy for both specialists and non-specialists to understand.