Microfabricated Neural Thermocouple Arrays Probe for Brain Research
- Microfabricated Neural Thermocouple Arrays Probe for Brain Research
- 이병철; 임영근; 김광호; 이석찬; 문성욱
- Brain Research; Neural Thermocouple Arrays Probe; MEMS; Mouse's Thalamus
- Issue Date
- Transducers '09
- , 338-341
- A microfabricated neural thermocouple arrays probe
(NTAP) is proposed for measuring and comparing the
temperature of local brain area in real time sensing. Four
junctions of T type thin film thermocouple arrays were
fabricated on a sharp silicon probe tip. Each junction size
was 20μm by 20 μm. The average seebeck coefficient was
15.12μV/°C and the dynamic response time was 0.78sec.
The temperature of both inside and outside the mouse’s
thalamus was measured. The result showed that the
temperature inside the mouse’s thalamus was about 4°C
higher than that of the outside.
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