Continuous particle separation in a microfluidic channel via standing surface acoustic waves (SSAW).

@article{Shi2009ContinuousPS,
  title={Continuous particle separation in a microfluidic channel via standing surface acoustic waves (SSAW).},
  author={Jinjie Shi and Hua Huang and Zak Stratton and Yiping Huang and Tony Jun Huang},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 23},
  pages={3354-9}
}
This work introduces a method of continuous particle separation through standing surface acoustic wave (SSAW)-induced acoustophoresis in a microfluidic channel. Using this SSAW-based method, particles in a continuous laminar flow can be separated based on their volume, density and compressibility. In this work, a mixture of particles of equal density but dissimilar volumes was injected into a microchannel through two side inlets, sandwiching a deionized water sheath flow injected through a… CONTINUE READING

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