By Dongqing Li
Covering all features of delivery phenomena at the nano- and micro-scale, this encyclopedia gains over 750 entries in 3 alphabetically-arranged volumes together with the main updated learn, insights, and utilized ideas throughout all parts. insurance comprises electric double-layers, optofluidics, DNC lab-on-a-chip, nanosensors, and more.
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Green NG, Ramos A, Gonzalez A, Morgan H, Castellanos A (2000) Fluid flow induced by nonuniform ac electric fields in electrolytes on microelectrodes. I. Experimental measurements. Phys Rev E 61:4011–018 16. Bazant MZ, Urbanski JP, Levitan JA, Subramanian K, Kilic MS, Jones A, Thorsen T (2007) Electrolyte dependence of AC electro-osmosis. In: Proceedings of 11th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS), 2007, pp 285–2878 Acoustic Droplet Ejection Transport of Droplets by Acoustics Acoustic Levitation of Droplets Transport of Droplets by Acoustics Acoustic Particle Concentration Transport of Droplets by Acoustics Acoustics Based Biosensors Acoustics Based Biosensors N.
The magnitude and charge orientation of the induced dipole are dependent on the permittivities and conductivities of the medium and of the particle. If the electric field is uniform the induced charges on both sides of the particle are equal, creating no net force on the particle. However, if the electric field is nonuniform (Fig. 1) there will be a net force greater than zero. The general expression for the dielectrophoretic force of a homogeneous sphere is expressed as FDEP = 2πε0 εm r3 Re K(ω) ∇E2 (1) where ε0 is the permittivity of free space, εm is the relative permittivity of the medium, r is the radius of the particle, Re [K(ω)] is the real part of the Clausius–Mossotti factor and ∇E2 is the gradient of the magnitude of the electric field squared.
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