Particle line assembly/patterning by microfluidic AC electroosmosis
As the present work is concerned with electric fields operating at frequencies of 1 MHz and high conductivity media, the effect of AC electroosmosis
is considered negligible and will not be covered (Morgan and Green, 2003).
Effects of conductive fractures during in-situ electroosmosis
Agricultural interest in electroosmosis
dates back more than 70 years.
Furthermore, DNA hybridization buffers often contain high concentrations of salt that reduce the electroosmosis
effect and make the EOP a less effective approach (16).
The phenomenon of electroosmosis
is common to both NACE and aqueous CE.
In conventional electrokinesis, water pumped in at the anode travels by electroosmosis
to the cathode, causing electromigration of contaminants.
The next part of the procedure was to displace the sample down about one third of the column length with buffer to allow for electroosmosis
The project would then use electroosmosis
to release clay-bound contaminants and transport them to treatment sites (degradation zones).
5 can model migration, electrophoresis, and electroosmosis
- comprehensive EHD capabilities not available in any other flow modeling software.
The conducted analysis of two limiting cases for electroosmotic velocity shows that the Kuwabara boundary condition should be recommended for addressing electroosmosis
Among the topics covered are: mathematical preliminaries, colloidal systems, electrostatics, electric double layer, electroosmosis
and stream potential, electrophoresis and sedimentation potential, and coagulation and colloid deposition.