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Coronavirus COVID-19 surface properties: Electrical charges status

Luisetto M*, Tarro G, Khaled Edbey, Farhan Ahmad Khan, Ahnaf Ilman, Yesvi AR, Nili BA, Fiazza C, Mashori GR, President, IMA Academy and Italy

Published: 13 April, 2021 | Volume 4 - Issue 1 | Pages: 016-027

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Figure 9:

Capacitance -spectra of (a) polystyrene (□) and PMMA (▲) nanoparticles (b) Capacitance spectra of AV5, CPMV, MVA, SV40, and HSV1 (c) HSV1 with the tip forces, 50 nN (U+02680), 200 nN (□), and 500 nN (○) (d) HSV1 at humidity -level 10% (△), 50% (○), and 70% (▼).shows capacitances of five types of viruses; adenovirus type 5 (AV 5), herpes simplex- virus type 1 (HSV1), simian virus 40 (SV40), vaccinia (MVA), and cowpea mosaic virus -(CPMV). Their impedance signals were averaged 1–10 seconds for each AC frequency at 10 mV of AC bias. For each type of virus, fifty different particles were measured and collected capacitance- spectra were averaged with error bars and normalized by the size of each virus, as shown in Figure (b). In this figure, SV40 showed the highest capacitance while AV5 had the lowest.

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