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Transcranial alternating-current stimulation (tACS) in the frequency range of 1–100 Hz has come to be used routinely in electroencephalogram (EEG) studies of brain function through entrainment of neuronal oscillations. It turned out, however, to be highly non-trivial to remove the strong stimulation signal, including its harmonic and non-harmonic distortions, as well as various induced higher-order artifacts from the EEG data recorded during the stimulation. In this paper, we discuss some ofdoi:10.3389/fnhum.2021.637080 pmid:34122026 pmcid:PMC8193977 fatcat:vxtrije4p5gfdcndgnvkxfh7eq