SAXS on a chip: from dynamics of phase transitions to alignment phenomena at interfaces studied with microfluidic devices.

@article{Silva2017SAXSOA,
  title={SAXS on a chip: from dynamics of phase transitions to alignment phenomena at interfaces studied with microfluidic devices.},
  author={Bruno F B Silva},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  year={2017},
  volume={19 35},
  pages={
          23690-23703
        }
}
  • Bruno F B Silva
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP
The field of microfluidics offers attractive possibilities to perform novel experiments that are difficult (or even impossible) to perform using conventional bulk and surface-based methods. Such attractiveness comes from several important aspects inherent to these miniaturized devices. First, the flow of fluids under submillimeter confinement typically leads to a drop of inertial forces, meaning that turbulence is practically suppressed. This leads to predictable and controllable flow profiles… Expand
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