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Adenine, adenosine-5'-monophosphate and adenosine-5'-triphosphate were separated by fluidic chip with PAA membranes using an aqueous mobile phase.
Microfluidics is a rapidly growing field in which small volumes of liquid are moved through channels in a large variety of applications. Fabricating such channels can be expensive. Here, we describe an inexpensive method for making 3D channels in fluidic chips by using a sacrificial template made of coated metal wire or metal tubes. A 3D template is… (More)
The possibility of using porous anodic alumina membranes as a column for normal-phase high performance liquid chromatography was evaluated using phenol and toluene with mobile phases having different solvent compositions.
The permeation fluxes of phenol, benzene sulfonate (BS) and benzene disulfonate (BDS) through a porous anodic alumina membrane with the perpendicularly oriented silica-surfactant nanochannel assembly membrane (NAM) were measured in water-ethanol mixture media. The permeation flux depended on solute charges and on solvent composition. As the ethanol ratio… (More)