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EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A METHOD TO REVERSIBLY BOND MICROFLUIDIC DEVICES THROUGH MAGNETIC FORCES
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EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A METHOD TO REVERSIBLY BOND MICROFLUIDIC DEVICES THROUGH MAGNETIC FORCES

EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A METHOD TO REVERSIBLY BOND MICROFLUIDIC DEVICES THROUGH MAGNETIC FORCES
Poster

EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A METHOD TO REVERSIBLY BOND MICROFLUIDIC DEVICES THROUGH MAGNETIC FORCES

A method based on magnetic forces to reversibly bond glass slides to PDMS microfluidic devices has been developed and experimentally characterized. Results show a reliable tightness in normal laboratory applications.
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