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ISBN-10: 0387324682

ISBN-13: 9780387324685

Overlaying all elements of shipping phenomena at the nano- and micro-scale, this encyclopedia beneficial properties over 750 entries in 3 alphabetically-arranged volumes together with the main up to date study, insights, and utilized concepts throughout all parts. assurance contains electric double-layers, optofluidics, DNC lab-on-a-chip, nanosensors, and extra.

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J Electrostat 51–52:290–299 10. Washizu M and Kurosawa O (1990) Electrostatic manipulation of DNA in microfabricated structures. IEEE Trans Ind Appl 26:1165–1172 AC Electrokinetics Dielectrophoresis AC Electro-Osmosis (ACEO) Nonlinear Electrokinetic Phenomena AC Electro-Osmotic Flow M ARTIN Z. edu 1 Synonyms AC pumping of liquids; Traveling-wave electro-osmosis Definition AC electro-osmosis (ACEO) is a nonlinear electrokinetic phenomenon of induced-charge electro-osmotic flow around electrodes applying an alternating voltage.

With dielectrophoresis it is possible to manipulate particles using a variety of techniques and applications. AC Dielectrophoresis Lab-on-Chip Devices 3 dielectrophoresis is the linear application of electrorotation (Fig. 2d). An AC electric wave is produced by applying an electric field that travels linearly along a series of electrodes. The particle will translate in the same or opposite direction as the traveling wave depending on the properties of the applied signal frequency and the dielectrics of the particle and medium.

However, if the electric field is nonuniform (Fig. 1) there will be a net force greater than zero. The general expression for the dielectrophoretic force of a homogeneous sphere is expressed as FDEP = 2πε0 εm r3 Re K(ω) ∇E2 (1) where ε0 is the permittivity of free space, εm is the relative permittivity of the medium, r is the radius of the particle, Re [K(ω)] is the real part of the Clausius–Mossotti factor and ∇E2 is the gradient of the magnitude of the electric field squared. This equation assumes that the there is no applied phase gradients to the electric field.

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