Calculations of Electrets Property of Single Human Renal Stones at Regular Interval of Removing Minerals Compositions


In the modern science and technology the electrical and thermal conductivity studies of renal stone plays an impotent role to understand the natural formation. The free electrons act as carriers to carry their energy. In the present investigations, three renal stones are collected poor hard working male who was affected with mineral deposition in the urinary tracts in a periodic collection within three years. The stones are collected from the hospital by Lithotropic treatment process. Electrical, thermal conductivities are measured at different temperatures and calculated temperature coefficients of the renal stones.

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R. Ramesh, J. Kishorekumar, P. Suresh and P. Sundaramoorthi, "Calculations of Electrets Property of Single Human Renal Stones at Regular Interval of Removing Minerals Compositions," Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, Vol. 8 No. 7, 2009, pp. 551-562. doi: 10.4236/jmmce.2009.87048.

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