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Chips & Tips: Rapid prototyping of a PMMA microfluidic chip with integrated platinum electrodes

Arundell, Martin, Diego, Adai Colom, Castillo, Oscar and Samitier, Josep (2008) Chips & Tips: Rapid prototyping of a PMMA microfluidic chip with integrated platinum electrodes Lab on a Chip

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This is a very quick and useful method for researchers who do not have access to high tech micro-fabrication facilities and want to try out an idea or a test in a quick, cheap and simple fashion. In this case it is for those of us who want to test certain techniques such as in-channel electrochemical, conductivity or impedance measurements. It also saves time and costs from using high tech fabrication techniques and will aid the researcher in future designs that can then be fabricated the more conventional way in a clean room. In addition, it is a cheap and effective way of introducing undergraduate and masters students to various chip techniques

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Published date: 18 September 2008


Local EPrints ID: 155805
ISSN: 1473-0197
PURE UUID: 080f2e3b-eae1-4dcb-99f6-2aa3edfe6f85

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Date deposited: 28 May 2010 14:25
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:44

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Author: Martin Arundell
Author: Adai Colom Diego
Author: Oscar Castillo
Author: Josep Samitier

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