Carbon Fibers for Electrodes

Harm-Jan Wieringa wieringa at compuserve.com
Fri Jan 7 04:01:58 EST 2000


Neuromedical suppllies sells carbon fibers to connect to electrodes. They
call it MagLink, because it is used to record EEG in MRI scanners.

See: http://www.neuro.com/neuromed


Bill Saidel <saidel at crab.rutgers.edu> wrote in message
news:8537eh$ak$1 at crab.rutgers.edu...
> Can anyone suggest a source of carbon fibers in the US
> for making carbon fiber electrodes?
>
> In the book Neuroscience LabFax, ed by Lynch and O'Mara,
> they suggest Amoco Performance Products but do not give a
> location or phone #.
>
> Please contact directly: saidel at crab.rutgers.edu
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Bill






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