what do you mean "Grounding the bath"

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what do you mean "Grounding the bath"

Post  adamyuan on Tue Dec 27, 2011 3:31 am

hello, very one, i m new in MEA, i m reading a manual for MEA, here is a problem, what does the bath mean? maybe "medium"? so that means i have to place a wire into the medium when i m recording, am i right? but why should i do that? wating for your answer... thank you very much!

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Re: what do you mean "Grounding the bath"

Post  Frank MCS on Sun Jan 08, 2012 9:09 pm

Dear Adamyuan,
the bath is indeed the medium around the cells. For any electrical recording, there have to be two electrodes, the recording and the ground/reference electrode. If you have an MEA with a large internal reference electrode already integrated, you don't need the Ag/AgCl wire electrode to ground the bath, otherwise you do.

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Re: what do you mean "Grounding the bath"

Post  adamyuan on Tue Jan 10, 2012 10:07 pm

thank you! problem solved bounce

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