Optic imaging of single and two-phase pressure-driven flows in nano-scale channels.

@article{Wu2013OpticIO,
  title={Optic imaging of single and two-phase pressure-driven flows in nano-scale channels.},
  author={Qihua Wu and Jeong Tae Ok and Yongpeng Sun and Scott T. Retterer and Keith B. Neeves and Xiaolong Yin and Baojun Bai and Yinfa Ma},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  year={2013},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={1165-71}
}
Microfluidic and nanofluidic devices have undergone rapid development in recent years. Functions integrated onto such devices provide lab-on-a-chip solutions for many biomedical, chemical, and engineering applications. In this paper, a lab-on-a-chip technique for direct visualization of the single- and two-phase pressure-driven flows in nano-scale channels was developed. The nanofluidic chip was designed and fabricated; concentration dependent fluorescence signal correlation was developed for… CONTINUE READING