Yunus, NAM and Green, NG
Continuous Separation of Submicron Particles Using Angled Electrodes - art. no. 012068.
ELECTROSTATICS 2007, 142, .
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Dielectrophoretic separation of particles is achieved by the generation of electric forces on the particles by non-uniform electric fields. This paper presents a technique based on negative dielectrophoresis in a novel design of electrode array for the non-contact separation of polarisable particles. Angled electrodes are used to generate a lateral force in a microfluidic channel separating a mixed stream of particles into distinct streams of constituent components and achieving a high degree of spatial separation.
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