Patterning liquid flow on the microscopic scale

@article{Kataoka1999PatterningLF,
  title={Patterning liquid flow on the microscopic scale},
  author={Dawn E. Kataoka and Sandra M. Troian},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1999},
  volume={402},
  pages={794-797}
}
  • Dawn E. Kataoka, Sandra M. Troian
  • Published in Nature 1999
  • Chemistry
  • Microscopic fluidic devices, ranging from surgical endoscopes and microelectromechanical systems to the commercial ‘lab-on-a-chip’ (ref. 29), allow chemical analysis and synthesis on scales unimaginable a decade ago. These devices transport miniscule quantities of liquid along networked channels. Several techniques have been developed to control small-scale flow, including micromechanical and electrohydrodynamic pumping, electro-osmotic flow, electrowetting and thermocapillary pumping. Most of… CONTINUE READING

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