Capacitive Imaging For Skin Characterization and Solvent Penetration
Xiao, P, Zhang, X and Bontozoglou, C (2016). Capacitive Imaging For Skin Characterization and Solvent Penetration. Skin Forum 2016 Annual Meeting. London London South Bank University.
|Authors||Xiao, P, Zhang, X and Bontozoglou, C|
Capacitive contact imaging has shown potential in measuring skin properties including hydration, micro relief analysis, as well as solvent penetration measurements . Through calibration we can also measure the absolute permittivity of the skin, and from absolute permittivity we then work out the absolute water content (or solvent content) in skin. In this paper, we present our latest study of capacitive contact imaging for skin characterization, i.e. skin hydration and skin damages etc. The results show that the time-dependent occlusion curves of the capacitive contact imaging can reflect the types of damages. We will also show latest results on skin solvent penetrations, to show how solvents penetrate skin, and how to calculate the absolute solvent content in skin.
|Publisher||London South Bank University|
CC BY 4.0
|22 Jun 2016|
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|Deposited||28 Jul 2016|
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