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The resistance of our skin varies from person to person and fluctuates between different times of day. In general, dry skin is a poor conductor that may have a resistance of around 100,000 Ω, while broken or wet skin may have a resistance of around 1,000 Ω.
- Basal skin resistance
- Electrical impedance tomography
- Galvanic skin response
- Skin electrical properties
- Skin potential