Sung-Hwa Lin

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In this work, an elementary, novel dissimilarly charged protrusions (DCP) surface model in an electrolyte solution considering simultaneously the complexity of both surface morphology and surface charged condition, which are concerned frequently on a biological cell membrane, on a modified micro-particle surface, or in a lab-on-a-chip biosensor device, is(More)
In this study, using the iterative finite difference method, the effect of an irregular condition at boundary, the surface undulation, in a charged surface system on the two dimensional electrokinetic flow near the surface is analyzed. The results reveal that, for the electrokinetic flow, the undulation of charged surface may have two major effects: one is(More)
The ionic separation efficiency of a novel membrane module comprising an array of microchannel units is analyzed. Under the Debye-Hückel approximation, we derive a semianalytical expression for the ionic separation efficiency. Analyses reveal that the effects of the size of the microchannel, the fixed charge density in the membrane layer, and the(More)
In this study, through the extension of an one-dimensional, dissimilarly charged protrusions surface model set up in our previous work, a novel dissimilarly charged protrusion array (DCPA) model immersed in an electrolyte solution, which could simulate realistically both the surface morphology and the surface charged condition profoundly concerned on a(More)
The soft baking step of a photolithography process is analyzed theoretically, taking the effect of the temperature dependence of the diffusivity of solvent into account. A coordinates-transform technique is chosen to solve the moving boundary problem under consideration. The temporal variation of the thickness of a film is predicted, and the result obtained(More)
A novel electrical field assisted membrane module consisting of an array of microchannel units, each microchannel unit comprised of a cylindrical pore and a charged ion-selective membrane layer, is analyzed theoretically. The governing equations for the flow and the electrical fields are solved analytically under the Debye-Huckel condition and the(More)
The conjecture of Tuinier (J. Colloid Interface Sci. 258 (2003) 45) for the electrical potentials near a cylindrical surface and near a spherical surface under the conditions of symmetric electrolyte and large scaled radius are derived by solving the corresponding Poisson-Boltzmann equation. The surface charge density-surface potential relations for these(More)
A charged layer with undulated surface exists commonly in natural entities (for example the biological membrane layer and the surface of charged colloid) and in artificial fabrications (for example the peripheral surface of ion-exchange membrane pores). When the micro- or nano-scale charged layer systems are concerned, the effect of undulation of charged(More)
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