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Milliwatt mixer for small fluid samples

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Author(s)

Robert F. Berg

Abstract

Mixing without excessive heating is sometimes needed for temperature-sensitive fluids. We modified an inexpensive low-frequency electronic filter based on a mechanical resonator to produce a compact (16 mm) and low-power (l-3 mW) mixer for low viscosity fluids. Tests made in air and methanol at room temperature and in fluoroform near its critical point are compared against the predictions of an electromechanical model.
Citation
Review of Scientific Instruments

Citation

Berg, R. (1991), Milliwatt mixer for small fluid samples, Review of Scientific Instruments (Accessed February 23, 2024)
Created February 1, 1991, Updated February 17, 2017