Microfluidics: History, Theory And Applications by William B. J. ZimmermanMicrofluidics: History, Theory And Applications by William B. J. Zimmerman

Microfluidics: History, Theory And Applications

byWilliam B. J. Zimmerman

Paperback | June 27, 2006

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Microfluidics is a microtechnological field dealing with the precise transport of fluids (liquids or gases) in small amounts (e.g. microliters, nanoliters or even picoliters). This book gives a survey of microfluidics: biophysical, capillary forces, computational fluid dynamics, droplet formation, electroosmosis, electrophoresis, flow simulation, fluidic network simulation, heat transfer, inertia effects, jets, laminar flow, magnetic separation, mixing, multi-physics, particle flow, solid/fluid interaction, surface effects. Specific application of microfluidics is presented: electrokinetic flow, flow measurement and micro-PIV, acoustic sensing, electrokinetic bioanalytical systems, miniaturized capillary isoelectric focusing, and polymer based microfluidics, polymer dynamics in microfluidic systems.

Title:Microfluidics: History, Theory And ApplicationsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 24 × 17 × 0.02 inPublished:June 27, 2006Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3211329943

ISBN - 13:9783211329948

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Zimmerman, W. B. J., Preface.- Styring, P., Introduction to Chemical Micro Reactors.- Styring, P., Homogeneous Solution Chemistry in Chemical Micro Reactors.- Styring, P., Heterogeneous Catalysis in Chemical Micro Reactors.- Styring, P., Recent Advances in Chemistry in Micro Reactors.- Styring, P., Soft Materials as Electromechanical Components in Chemical Micro Reactors.- MacInnes, J. M., Modelling Pressure and Electrokinetic Flow in Complex Microfluidic Devices.- Hassell, D., Zimmerman W. B. J., Microchannel Fabrication.- Rees, J. M., Zimmerman, W. B. J., Rheometry of elektrokinetic flows in microchannels.- Bottausci, F., Cardonne, C., Mezic, I., Meinhart, C., An Actively Controlled Micromixer: 3-D Aspect.- Zimmerman, W. B. J., Hewakandamby, B. N., Enhancing mass transport in liquid-liquid microfluidic flows.- Zimmerman, W. B. J., Modelling transport limited heterogeneous chemistry in microchannel reactors.- Lozano Parada, J. H., Zimmerman, W. B. J., The numerical simulation of a magnetohydrodynamic DC microdevise based on the finite element method.- Tesar, V., Introductory notes on microfluidics.- Tesar, V., Characterization of two terminal devices.- Tesar, V., Fluidic circuits.