Inertia and scaling in deterministic lateral displacement.

@article{Bowman2013InertiaAS,
  title={Inertia and scaling in deterministic lateral displacement.},
  author={Timothy James Bowman and German Drazer and Jo{\"e}lle Fr{\'e}chette},
  journal={Biomicrofluidics},
  year={2013},
  volume={7 6},
  pages={64111}
}
The ability to separate and analyze chemical species with high resolution, sensitivity, and throughput is central to the development of microfluidics systems. Deterministic lateral displacement (DLD) is a continuous separation method based on the transport of species through an array of obstacles. In the case of force-driven DLD (f-DLD), size-based separation can be modelled effectively using a simple particle-obstacle collision model. We use a macroscopic model to study f-DLD and demonstrate… CONTINUE READING
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