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Method to monitor chemical reactions in a micro-reactor by measuring an electrical current

Method to monitor chemical reactions in a micro-reactor by measuring an electrical current
Method to monitor chemical reactions in a micro-reactor by measuring an electrical current
A reaction is performed in a micro-reactor (10), voltages being applied by a power supply (12), under the control of a processor (14), so as to cause the reagents to move and react in the channels (24?,30?,32?,34?,36?) of the micro-reactor (10). The power supply (12) also measures currents in the channels and relays this information to the processor (14). The currents are used to monitor progress of the reaction.
US6989090
Haswell, S.J.
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Fletcher, P.D.I.
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Zhang, X.
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Haswell, S.J., Fletcher, P.D.I. and Zhang, X. (Inventors) (2006) Method to monitor chemical reactions in a micro-reactor by measuring an electrical current. US6989090.

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Abstract

A reaction is performed in a micro-reactor (10), voltages being applied by a power supply (12), under the control of a processor (14), so as to cause the reagents to move and react in the channels (24?,30?,32?,34?,36?) of the micro-reactor (10). The power supply (12) also measures currents in the channels and relays this information to the processor (14). The currents are used to monitor progress of the reaction.

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Published date: 24 January 2006

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Local EPrints ID: 49155
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/49155
PURE UUID: 6f8603ee-cd2b-49b6-a122-472e8c742067

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Date deposited: 26 Oct 2007
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:54

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