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Am. J. Biomed. Sci. 2018, 10(2), 65-71; doi:10.5099/aj180200065
Received:15 March 2018; | Revised:26 April 2018; | Accepted:31 May 2018

 

Development of Integrated Circuits Using Artificial Conducting Liquid (Synthetic Plasma) - A Novel Research

 

Killol Pandya

Department of Electronics and Communication, CHARUSAT University, Off. Nadiad Petlad Highway,Pin-388421, Gujarat, India

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Killol Pandya

Department of Electronics and Communication,

CHARUSAT University,

Off. Nadiad Petlad Highway,Pin-388421, Gujarat,

India

FAX:02697-265007,

Phone No.:02697-265011/21

Email: killolpandya.ec@charusat.ac.in

 

Abstract

Biomedical engineering is the most immerging field nowaday. Research carried out till date is based on solid medium. The presented paper claims the feasibility of liquid medium based integrated electronic circuits which give similar response to that conventional electronic integrated circuit. Authors have utilised conducting plasma as liquid conducting medium. A few research has been done based on liquid electronic circuit where liquid has been investigated and analysed as an alternative of solid state. In this paper, liquid based differential amplifier and astable multivibrator integrated circuits have been designed successfully. The proposed circuits have been tested using different density liquids in order to achieve stability and the results give almost similar response. Presented electronic circuits have a wide range of application in physics, engineering and biomedical science domain. The presented research could be considered as the bridge between engineering and biomedical science.

 

Keywords: Synthetic plasma, Biomedical science,Liquid based electronic circuits, Liquid integrated circuit

 

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