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== Reference ==
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A.R. Abate, J. Thiele, M. Weinhart, D.A. Weitz, “Patterning microfluidic device wettability using flow confinement,” ''Lab on a Chip'', '''10''', 14 (2010).
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== Keyworks ==
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Monodisperse Double Emulsions, Multiple Emulsions, Poly(Dimethylsiloxane),
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== Summary ==
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The authors present a versatile method to spatially pattern the surface properties of microfluidic devices using flow confinement.  This technique allows surface patterning with micron-scale resolution, and to demonstrate its effectiveness, they use it to pattern wettability to form Water/Oil/Water and Oil/Water/Oil double emulsions.
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== Background ==
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== Results ==

Revision as of 19:32, 12 September 2010

Original entry: Darren Yang, AP225, Fall 2010

Reference

A.R. Abate, J. Thiele, M. Weinhart, D.A. Weitz, “Patterning microfluidic device wettability using flow confinement,” Lab on a Chip, 10, 14 (2010).

Keyworks

Monodisperse Double Emulsions, Multiple Emulsions, Poly(Dimethylsiloxane),

Summary

The authors present a versatile method to spatially pattern the surface properties of microfluidic devices using flow confinement. This technique allows surface patterning with micron-scale resolution, and to demonstrate its effectiveness, they use it to pattern wettability to form Water/Oil/Water and Oil/Water/Oil double emulsions.

Background

Results