Temperature Gradients Drive Bulk Flow Within Microchannel Lined by Fluid–Fluid Interfaces

Temperature Gradients Drive Bulk Flow Within Microchannel Lined by Fluid–Fluid Interfaces

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Mouse CD1 Red Blood Cells from Innovative Research was used in the following study:

 

Temperature Gradients Drive Bulk Flow Within Microchannel Lined by Fluid–Fluid Interfaces

Guillermo J. Amador, Ziyu Ren, Ahmet F. Tabak, Yunus Alapan, Oncay Yasa, and Metin Sitti

Nano-Micro Small
16 April 2019

Surface tension arises from an imbalance of intermolecular forces between molecules on the surface of a fluid. At small length scales, these forces are prevalent. Therefore, fluid transport via capillary action is very attractive for applications at the micrometer scale. Purified mouse RBCs were purchased from Innovative Research (Novi, Michigan).

 

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  • Tags: Animal Blood Cells, Mouse CD1 Red Blood Cells

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