Introduction to microfluidics microfluidics deals with fluids flowing in miniaturized systems it is a young discipline which is expected to substantially expand over the next few years stimulated by the considerable development of applications in the pharmaceutical biomedical and chemical engineering domains. Microfluidics is defined as the handling of fluids in technical apparatus having internal dimensions in the range of micrometers up to a few millimeters more generally the term microfluidics is used if one of the dimensions of the microfluidic structure is smaller than 1 mm. The seven main chapters in introduction to microfluidics touch on the subjects of low reynolds number flow and its consequences for miniature systems transport processes critical to microfluidic devices such as diffusion dispersion mixing absorption and separation electrokinetic flows in the context of lab on a chip systems heat transfer and efficient thermal control with microscale heat exchangers and deposition and sealing techniques for constructing microplumbing components. Introduction to microfluidics item preview remove circle share or embed this item embed embed for wordpresscom hosted blogs and archiveorg item description tags want more advanced embedding details examples and help no favorite share flag flag this item for
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