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Permittivity of materials is of utmost importance for microwave applicators' design and to predict high-frequency dielectric heating of materials. In the case of aromatic plant biomass, however, there are few data that help researchers design microwave applicators for microwave-assisted extraction. In this work, the permittivity of cypress and rockrose biomass samples were measured versus temperature, density, and moisture content. A resonant technique based on a coaxial bi-reentrant microwavedoi:10.3390/s20174684 pmid:32825176 fatcat:4czpipddtjgt3pi73p2nxuvli4