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Viscoelastic Separation of Particles by Size in Straight Rectangular Microchannels: A Parametric Study for a Refined Understanding.
Microfluidic separation of particles has been implemented using a variety of force fields. We demonstrate in this work a continuous sheath-free separation of both a binary and a ternary particleExpand
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Electrokinetic preconcentration of particles and cells in microfluidic reservoirs.
Preconcentrating samples of dilute particles or cells to a detectable level is required in many chemical, environmental and biomedical applications. A variety of force fields have thus far beenExpand
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Evaluation and correction of the TRMM 3B43V7 and GPM 3IMERGM satellite precipitation products by use of ground-based data over Xinjiang, China
Satellite retrieval of precipitation is a great challenge in arid regions where light precipitation prevails. To improve the accuracy of satellite precipitation products in Xinjiang, which is theExpand
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Modified Pechini synthesis and characterization of Y-doped strontium titanate perovskite
Abstract This work reports the modified Pechini preparation and properties of an A-site deficient perovskite Sr 0.86 Y 0.08 TiO 3− δ (SYT). Good chemical homogeneity and electrical conductivity wereExpand
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Particle manipulations in non-Newtonian microfluidics: A review.
Microfluidic devices have been widely used since 1990s for diverse manipulations of particles (a general term of beads, cells, vesicles, drops, etc.) in a variety of applications. Compared to theExpand
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Continuous Microfluidic Particle Separation via Elasto-Inertial Pinched Flow Fractionation.
  • X. Lu, X. Xuan
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Analytical chemistry
  • 2 June 2015
Many of the fluids encountered in chemical and biomedical applications exhibit non-Newtonian behavior. However, the majority of current particle separation methods have been demonstrated in NewtonianExpand
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Microfluidic electrical sorting of particles based on shape in a spiral microchannel.
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We demonstrate in this work a continuous-flow electrical sorting of spherical and peanut-shaped particles of similar volumes in an asymmetric double-spiral microchannel. Expand
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Elasto-Inertial Pinched Flow Fractionation for Continuous Shape-Based Particle Separation.
  • X. Lu, X. Xuan
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Analytical chemistry
  • 5 November 2015
Shape is an important passive marker in label-free particle and cell separation for chemical, biomedical, and environmental applications. We demonstrate herein a continuous-flow shape-basedExpand
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Continuous sheath-free separation of particles by shape in viscoelastic fluids
Shape is an important indicator of cell type, cycle, and state, etc., and can thus serve as a specific marker for label-free bioparticle separation. We demonstrate in this work a shape-basedExpand
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Role of air bubbles overlooked in the adsorption of perfluorooctanesulfonate on hydrophobic carbonaceous adsorbents.
Hydrophobic interaction has been considered to be responsible for adsorption of perfluorooctanesulfonate (PFOS) on the surface of hydrophobic adsorbents, but the long C-F chain in PFOS is not onlyExpand
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