Electrowetting-on-dielectrics for manipulation of oil drops and gas bubbles in aqueous-shell compound drops.

@article{Li2014ElectrowettingondielectricsFM,
  title={Electrowetting-on-dielectrics for manipulation of oil drops and gas bubbles in aqueous-shell compound drops.},
  author={Jiang Li and Yixuan Wang and Haosheng Chen and Jiandi Wan},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  year={2014},
  volume={14 22},
  pages={4334-7}
}
We present the manipulation of oil, organic and gaseous chemicals by electrowetting-on-dielectric (EWOD) technology using aqueous-shell compound drops. We demonstrate that the transport and coalescence of viscous oil drops, the reaction of bromine with styrene in benzene solution, and the reaction of red blood cells with carbon monoxide bubbles can be accomplished using this method. 
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