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Microfluidic Devices in Nanotechnology: Fundamental Concepts

Microfluidic Devices in Nanotechnology: Fundamental Concepts

Challa S. S. R. Kumar (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-470-47227-9

May 2010

350 pages

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Nanotechnology, especially microfabrication, has been affecting every facet of traditional scientific disciplines. The first book on the application of microfluidic reactors in nanotechnology, Microfluidic Devices in Nanotechnology provides the fundamental aspects and potential applications of microfluidic devices, the physics of microfluids, specific methods of chemical synthesis of nanomaterials, and more. As the first book to discuss the unique properties and capabilities of these nanomaterials in the miniaturization of devices, this text serves as a one-stop resource for nanoscientists interested in microdevices.

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1 Fundamentals of Microfluidics Devices (Kweku A. Addae-Mensah, Zuankai Wang, Hesam Parsa, Sau Y. Chin, Tassaneewan Laksanasopin, and Samuel K. Sia).

2 Spatiotemporally Controlled Nanoliter-Scale Reconfigurable Microfluidics (Michael D. Genualdi and David H. Gracias).

3 Microfluidic Devices for Studying Kinetics (Derek J. Wilson).

4 Computational Strategies for Micro- and Nanofluidic Dynamics (Dimitris Drikakis, Nikolaos Asproulis, Evgeniy Shapiro, and Matyas Benke).

5 Nanofluidic Devices and Their Potential Applications (Patrick Abgrall, Aurélien Bancaud, and Pierre Joseph).

6 Particle Transport in Magnetophoretic Microsystems (Edward P. Furlani).

7 Particles in Microfluidic Systems (Adrienne R. Minerick).

8 In situ Nanoparticle Focusing Within Microfluidics (Jie Wu).

9 Residence Time Distribution and Nanoparticle Formation in Microreactors (Gregor Alexander Groß and Johann Michael Köhler).