Electrokinetics in Microfluidics, 2
- Dongqing Li, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA
Analytical chemists, Biochemists, students and researchers in the fields of chemical engineering, biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering
- Published: August 2004
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-088444-5
Table of ContentsChapter 1 - Lab-on-a-chip, microfluidics and interfacial electrokinetics.Chapter 2 - Basics of electrical double layer.Introduction to electrical double layer (EDL).
Basic electrokinetic phenomena in microfluidics.Chapter 3 - Pressure-driven flows in microchannels. Pressure-driven electrokinetic flows in slit microchannels.
Pressure-driven electrokinetic flows in rectangular microchannels.
Measured electro-viscous effects.
New understanding of electro-viscous effects.Chapter 4 - Electroosmotic flows in microchannels. Electroosmotic flow in a slit microchannel.
Electroosmotic flow in a cylindrical microchannel.
Electroosmotic flow in rectangular microchannels.
Transient electroosmotic flow in cylindrical microchannels.
AC electroosmotic flows in a rectangular microchannel.
Electroosmotic flow with one solution displacing another solution.
Analysis of the displacing process between two electrolyte solutions.
Joule heating and thermal end effects on electroosmotic flow. Chapter 5 - Effects of surface heterogeneity on electrokinetic flow. Pressure-driven flow in microchannels with stream-wise heterogeneous strips.
Pressure-driven flow in microchannels with heterogeneous patches.
Electroosmotic flow in microchannels with continuous variation of zeta potential.
Electroosmotic flow in microchannels with heterogeneous patches.
Solution mixing in T-shaped microchannels with heterogeneous patches.
Heterogeneous surface charge enhanced micro-mixer.
Analysis of electrokinetic flow in microchannel networks. Chapter 6 - Effects of surface roughness on electrokinetic flow. Electroosmotic transport in a slit microchannel with 3D rough elements.
Effects of 3D heterogeneous rough elements.Chapter 7 - Experimental studies of electroosmotic flow. Measurement of the average electroosmotic velocity by a current method.
Measurement of the average electroosmotic velocity by a slope method.
Microfluidic visualization by a laser-induced dye method.
Velocity profiles of electroosmotic flow in microchannels.
Comparison of the current method and the visualization technique.
Flow visualization by a micro-bubble lensing induced photobleaching method.
Joule heating and heat transfer in chips with T-shaped microchannels.
Joule heating effects on electroosmotic flow.Chapter 8 - Electrokinetic sample dispensing in crossing microchannels. Analysis of electrokinetic sample dispensing in crossing microchannels.
Experimental studies of on-chip microfluidic dispensing.
Dispensing using dynamic loading.
Effects of spatial gradients of electrical conductivity.
Controlled on-chip sample injection, pumping and stacking with liquid conductivity differences.Chapter 9 - Electrophoretic motion of particles in microchannels. Single spherical particle with gravity effects.
Single cylindrical 546particle without gravity effects.
Spherical particle in a T-shaped microchannel.
Two particles in a rectangular microchannel.Chapter 10 - Microfluidic methods for measuring zeta potential.Streaming potential method.
Electroosmotic flow method.