Fabrication of versatile channel flow cells for quantitative electroanalysis using prototyping.


Here we demonstrate the use of microstereolithography (MSL), a 3D direct manufacturing technique, as a viable method to produce small-scale microfluidic components for electrochemical flow detection. The flow cell is assembled simply by resting the microfabricated component on the electrode of interest and securing with thread! This configuration allows the… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ac100345v


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