Microfluidics is an emerging field that combines multidisciplinary fields including physics, chemistry, engineering, and biotechnology. It uses microchannels with a size of tens to hundreds of microns to manipulate small amounts of fluid.
Initially, the application of this technology is mainly focused on chemical analysis, providing several advantages, including reduced analysis time, reduced chemical consumption, excellent control of reaction conditions, reduced costs, portability as well as enhanced analytical performance. In recent years, great progress has been made in microfluidics and microfabrication technology. Microfluidic devices and systems have gradually been used as multifunctional research tools in different fields, including chemical engineering, biotechnology, pharmacy, and medicine.
In order to conduct effective experiments in microfluidics, it is necessary to understand different microfluidic related technologies available to use the most appropriate way to control microfluidic flow. This page will provide you with all the information about microfluid volume control and flow control, droplet microfluidics technology, microfluidic particle sorting acoustic technology, and microfluidic manufacturing technology.
Flow Control in A Microfluidic Device
In order to conduct effective experiments in microfluidics, it is necessary to master the different flow control techniques available to use the most appropriate way to control microfluidic flow.
This section aims to briefly review existing technologies.Read More >>
Volume Control in A Microfluidic Device
In order to conduct effective experiments in microfluidics, it is necessary to understand the different volume control techniques available to use the most appropriate way to control microfluidic flow.
In this section, we will introduce the existing microfluidic technology, mainly including syringe pump, peristaltic pump, and other techniques.Read More >>
Advantages and Disadvantages of Microfluidic Technology
In order to conduct experiments in microfluidics effectively, it is necessary to master various microfluidic technologies to use the most appropriate method to control microfluidic flow. Some microfluidic technologies have been developed.
This section aims to briefly introduce the main microfluidic technologies and their advantages and disadvantages.Read More >>
Droplet Microfluidic Technology
Droplet production is always a hot topic in many applications. Droplet-based microfluidics is an emerging technology based on the principle of fluid dynamics, providing an indispensable tool for minimizing and automating assays.
In this section, we will introduce you to the main droplet production methods, from common batch processing methods to microfluidic technology.Read More >>
Acoustic Techniques for Microfluidic Particle Sorting
The use of sound waves to classify particles of various sizes is effective and biocompatible. Due to the label-free, biocompatibility, and non-contact nature of the acoustic fluid separation technology, it can be used to separate cells and other biological particles with high yield, high purity, and biocompatibility.
This section will introduce you to acoustic technology as a method of separating and classifying particles in a microfluidic system.Read More >>
Microfluidic Fabrication Techniques
Different microfluidic control manufacturing technologies will lead to different types of chips made of different materials. In this section, we will list four types of microfluidic chip manufacturing technologies.Read More >>
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