Low frequency induction heating for the sealing of plastic microfluidic systems

@article{Knauf2010LowFI,
  title={Low frequency induction heating for the sealing of plastic microfluidic systems},
  author={Benedikt J. Knauf and Dennis Patrick Webb and Changqing Liu and Paul P. Conway},
  journal={Microfluidics and Nanofluidics},
  year={2010},
  volume={9},
  pages={243-252}
}
Microfluidic systems are being used in many applications and the demand for such systems has been phenomenal in past decades. To meet such high volume market needs, a cheap and rapid method for sealing these microfluidic platforms which is viable for mass manufacture is highly desirable. Low frequency induction heating has been introduced as potential basis of a cost-effective, rapid production method for polymer microfluidic device sealing in preceding publications. Through this technique… CONTINUE READING

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