Electrospinning: A whipping fluid jet generates submicron polymer fibers

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Wiki Entry by Daniel Rubin, AP225, 9/24/2012

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Publication: Electrospinning: A whipping fluid jet generates submicron polymer fibers

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Summary

Figure 1:The device shown was used as a means to test large numbers of E. coli, independently, while ignoring swarming affects. In the top 24 wells, L-aspartate was added within the capillary. In the lower 24 wells, only mobility media was present.


Figure 2: As the relative concentration of CheR and CheB are adjusted, the chemotactic response and efficiency are altered.

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Electrospinning: A whipping fluid jet generates submicron polymer fibers