Dielectrophoresis and dielectrophoretic impedance detection of adenovirus and rotavirus." Japanese
- Nakano, Michihiko, Zhenhao Ding, Junya Suehiro
- Journal of Applied Physics
In this present work, the authors demonstrated a assembly method of nanowires applying Dielectrophoresis (DEP) in non-water based solvent. Tin(IV) Oxide (SnO<sub>2</sub>) nanoparticles dissolved in N,N-DIMENTHYLFORMAMIDE (DMF) liquid. Dielectrophoretic impedance measurement of self assembly nanowires can be determined with the aid of MATLAB programming. It was experimentally proved that dielectrophoretic response modeling was used to evaluate nanoparticles for predicting the conductivity and permittivity properties of the nanowires. A DMF liquid of medium conductivity has been imposing the movement of SnO<sub>2</sub> nanoparticles which are assembled at the gap region; based on alternating current flow on microelectrodes designed.