Thesis (Open Access)
Bachelor of Science in Physics
Michael Crosser (Thesis Advisor)
Tianbao Xie & William Mackie (Committee Members)
Biological and Chemical Physics | Physics
Electrodes are often placed within bio samples in order to measure the electrical changes that occur within a system. In order to understand the information provided through the microelectrodes, this paper will describe an experiment to measure the capacitance and the resistance between two micro electrodes as an electrolyte becomes more concentrated. This resulted in a capacitance and a resistance that increased and decreased exponentially, respectively, as an electrolyte concentration increased logarithmically.
Miller, Daniel C. II, "Modeling a Circuit that Represents an Electrolytic Solution at Different Concentrations" (2016). Senior Theses. 24.