Variations on Acoustophoretic Microchannels: From the Facile to the Highly Capable

@inproceedings{Samarasekera2018VariationsOA,
  title={Variations on Acoustophoretic Microchannels: From the Facile to the Highly Capable},
  author={Champika Samarasekera},
  year={2018}
}
The lab-on-a-chip toolkit is replete with techniques for microparticle manipulation. The use of ultrasonic waves to impart forces on particles, referred to as acoustophoresis, is one particularly powerful yet gentle option. Traditionally, piezoelectric transducers have been coupled with acoustic resonators in order to sustain standing waves for aggregating, sorting, and sensing applications. However, there are several drawbacks to these setups. First, the construction techniques underpinning… CONTINUE READING

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