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(New page: Entry by Yuhang Jin, AP225 Fall 2011 == Reference == Wolfgang-Andreas C. Bauer, Martin Fischlechner, Chris Abell and Wilhelm T. S. Huck, ''Lab Chip'', 2010, '''10''', 1814.)
 
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Wolfgang-Andreas C. Bauer, Martin Fischlechner, Chris Abell and Wilhelm T. S. Huck, ''Lab Chip'', 2010, '''10''', 1814.
 
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== Keywords ==
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polyelectrolytes deposition, microdroplets, double emulsions, microfluidics
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== Introduction ==
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The paper presents a method of layer-by-layer deposition of polyelectrolytes to modify the surface wettability of PDMS-based microfluidic devices. The resulting coatings show stable hydrophylicity and hydrophobicity, and allow for high throughput generation of microdroplets or double emulsions.

Revision as of 02:59, 12 September 2011

Entry by Yuhang Jin, AP225 Fall 2011

Reference

Wolfgang-Andreas C. Bauer, Martin Fischlechner, Chris Abell and Wilhelm T. S. Huck, Lab Chip, 2010, 10, 1814.

Keywords

polyelectrolytes deposition, microdroplets, double emulsions, microfluidics

Introduction

The paper presents a method of layer-by-layer deposition of polyelectrolytes to modify the surface wettability of PDMS-based microfluidic devices. The resulting coatings show stable hydrophylicity and hydrophobicity, and allow for high throughput generation of microdroplets or double emulsions.