Effects of liquid conductivity differences on multi-component sample injection, pumping and stacking in microfluidic chips.

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As an increasing number of processes are being integrated into Lab-on-a-chip devices, there is an increasing need for flexible and accurate sample manipulation techniques for effective transport and separation. Conductivity differences between running buffer and analyte samples can arise as a product of on-chip processing, or by design. The two situations… (More)

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@article{Sinton2003EffectsOL, title={Effects of liquid conductivity differences on multi-component sample injection, pumping and stacking in microfluidic chips.}, author={David Sinton and Liqing Ren and Xiangchun Xuan and Dongqing Li}, journal={Lab on a chip}, year={2003}, volume={3 3}, pages={173-9} }