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51. Temperature gradient focusing for microchannel separations
Topic: Microfluidics
Published: 1/1/2007
Authors: Jonathan G. Shackman, Matthew S Munson, David J Ross

52. The Art in Science of microTAS: the 2013 edition!
Topic: Microfluidics
Published: 3/11/2014
Authors: Darwin R Reyes-Hernandez, Albert Folch, Harp Minhas, Michael Gaitan

53. Theoretical Analysis of a Magnetophoresis-Diffusion T-Sensor Immunoassay
Topic: Microfluidics
Published: 8/6/2013
Authors: Thomas P Forbes, Matthew S Munson, Samuel P Forry
Abstract: Microfluidic immunoassays have demonstrated broad application to the detection and quantification of analytes ranging from small drug molecules to large proteins and biomolecules. These systems exhibit short length scales, reduced sample volumes, and ...

54. Three dimensional aspects of droplet coalescence during dropwise condensation on superhydrophobic surfaces
Topic: Microfluidics
Published: 8/24/2011
Authors: Konrad Rykaczewski, John Henry j Scott, Sukumar Rajauria, W Robert Ashurst, Jeff Chinn, Amy Chinn, Wanda Jones
Abstract: We report formation of nano-to-microscale satellite droplets in the geometrical shadow of high contact angle primary drops during dropwise water condensation on a nanostructured superhydrophobic surface. The primary drops contribute to the heat tran ...

55. Unexpectedly high encapsulation efficiency in nanometer scale liposomes with hydrodynamic focusing using continuous-flow microfluidcs
Topic: Microfluidics
Published: 10/20/2008
Author: Andreas Jahn
Abstract: A method is presented for achieving high entrapment efficiencies of a hydrophilic drug simulant, sulforhodamine B (SRB), in nanometer-scale liposomes using a continuous-flow microfluidic system. Liposome size and size dispersion are determined using ...

56. Using Microfluidic Channels to Determine ZThe Quantitative Permittivity of Nanoliter Fluid Volumes from 50 MHz TO 40 GHz USING MICROFLUIDIC CHANNELS TO DETERMINE THE QUANTITATIVE PERMITTIVITY OF NANOLITER FLUID VOLUMES FROM 50 MHZ TO 40 GHZ
Topic: Microfluidics
Published: 7/30/2010
Authors: James C Booth, Nathan Daniel Orloff, Xiaoli Lu, Yu Y. Wang, Eduard Rocas, Jordi Mateu, Juan C. Collado Gomez, Michael D Janezic
Abstract: We describe the development of coplanar waveguide measurement structures integrated with microfluidic channels in order to rapidly determine the broadband dielectric properties of nanoliter volumes of fluids, fluid mixtures, and colloids over the ran ...

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