Microchip-based electrochemical detection using a 3-D printed wall-jet electrode device.

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Three dimensional (3-D) printing technology has evolved dramatically in the last few years, offering the capability of printing objects with a variety of materials. Printing microfluidic devices using this technology offers various advantages such as ease and uniformity of fabrication, file sharing between laboratories, and increased device-to-device… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c5an01956g

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@article{Munshi2016MicrochipbasedED, title={Microchip-based electrochemical detection using a 3-D printed wall-jet electrode device.}, author={Akash S Munshi and Remedios Mart{\'i}n}, journal={The Analyst}, year={2016}, volume={141 3}, pages={862-9} }