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Electrokinetically-Driven Microfluidics and Nanofluidics

ISBN-10: 0521860253

ISBN-13: 9780521860253

Edition: 2010

Authors: Hsueh-Chia Chang, Leslie Y. Yeo

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List price: $230.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 11/9/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 526
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.376
Language: English

Dr Leslie Yeo is currently an Australian Research Fellow and Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Co-Director of the Micro/Nanophysics Research Laboratory at Monash University, Australia. He received his Ph.D. from Imperial College London in 2002, for which he was awarded the Dudley Newitt prize for a computational/theoretical thesis of outstanding merit. Prior to joining Monash University, he was a Mathematical Modeller at Det Norske Veritas UK and a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. Dr Yeo was the recipient of the 2007 Young Tall Poppy Science Award from the Australian Institute for Policity and Science 'in recognition of the achievements of outstanding young researchers in the sciences including physical, biomedical, applied sciences, engineering and technology,' and a finalist in the 2008 Eureka Prize People's Choice Award. His work has been featured widely in the media, for example, on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's science television program Catalyst, the 3RRR radio broadcast Einstein-a-Go-Go, and in various articles in the Economist, the Washington Times, the Age, ABC Science Online, and Discovery Channel Online. Dr Yeo is the author of more than 70 research publications and more than 10 patent applications and is currently the Associate Editor of the American Institute of Physics journal Biomicrofluidics.

Introduction and Fundamental Concepts
Electrokinetic Mechanisms for Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Transport
Introduction to Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Systems
Microscale and Nanoscale Electrokinetic Transport
Coulomb's Law
Electric Field and Potential
Charge Density
Electric-Field Vector Relationships
Gauss' Law: The Flux of the Electric Field
Fundamental Concepts of Electrokinetic Theories
Constitutive Relations Governing Continuum Hydrodynamics
Induced Dipoles, Interfacial Conditions, and the Maxwell Stress Tensor
Electrokinetic Actuation of Dielectric Liquids - Gradients in the Maxwell Pressure
Constitutive Equation for Ion Transport
Classical Equilibrium Theory Due to Surface Charges
The Debye Double Layer
Surface Charging
Concentration Polarization of Ions - The Screening Effect
Poisson-Boltzmann Distribution
The Poisson-Boltzmann Distribution and Surface Electric Field
Osmotic Pressure, Conservative Force, and Stability of the Poisson-Boltzmann Distribution
Repulsive Forces Between Charged or Constant-Potential Particles in Electrolytes Under Poisson-Boltzmann Equilibrium
The Debye-H�ckel Theory
Nonlinear Analysis of the Poisson-Boltzmann Equilibrium in the Debye Layer
Extensions to the Diffuse Double Layer Theory
Attraction Between Identical Particles Due to Symmetry Breaking
Overlapping Double Layers in Nanopores: Pore Conductance and Threshold Field for Electro-Osmotic Flow
Double Layer Formation and Relaxation Dynamics
Equilibrium Double Layer Electrokinetic Phenomena
Electro-Osmotic Transport
Smoluchowski Slip in Microchannels
Electro-Osmotic Slip Velocity with Bulk Concentration Gradients: Formal Asymptotics
Electro-Osmotic Flow in Nanochannels
Mixed or Frustrated Flows
DC Electrokinetic Pumps
Electric Field and Hydrodynamic Streamline Similarity
Frustrated Flow and Vortex Formation Due to pH Gradients
Conductivity-Gradient-Driven Electrohydrodynamic Instabilities
Conductivity Gradients in the Direction of the Applied Field
Conductivity Gradients Transverse to the Direction of the Applied Field
Hydrodynamic Dispersion and Channel Profiling
Electroviscous Effects Due to the Streaming Potential in a Finite-Length Nanochannel: The Zero-Current Model
Electrophoretic Transport and Separation
Uniform Charge Electrophoresis: Classical Theory
Combined Electrophoresis and Electro-Osmotic Convection
Electroviscous Effects
Cellular Electrophoresis Involving a Conducting Layer of Charges
Electrophoresis with Surface Charge Migration and Counterion Condensation Effects
Other Conductive Electrophoresis Theories - Conducting Stern Layer and Convective Current Effects
A General Electrophoresis Theory in the Debye-H�ckel Limit
Capillary Electrophoresis: Applications
Capillary Zone Electrophoresis
Capillary Gel Electrophoresis
Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography
Capillary Isotachophoresis
Capillary Isoelectric Focusing
Capillary Electrochromatography
End-Labeled Free-Solution Electrophoresis
Field-Induced Dielectric Polarization
Nonequilibrium Electrokinetics
Dielectric Polarization
Dielectric Materials and Dipole Formation
Polarization Mechanisms
Impedance Characterization of Relaxation Times
Interfacial Polarization
Interfacial Polarizability - The Clausius-Mossotti Factor
Dielectric Dispersion
Bacterial Growth Detection Through Reactance Measurements
DC Nonlinear Electrokinetics Due to Field-Induced Double Layer Polarization
DC Nonlinear Electrokinetics
Electrokinetic Flow Manipulation Using Field (Capacitance) Effects
Concentration Polarization at Nearly Insulated Wedges
Electrokinetic Phenomenon of the Second Kind
Extended Polarized Layer: Current-Voltage Relationship
Dukhin's Model and Tangential Convection Effects
Low P�clet Numbers - The Dukhin Theory
High P�clet Numbers - Tangential Convection Enhancement of the Normal Flux
Electrokinetic Vortex Generation for Micromixing
Dynamic Superconcentration at Critical-Point Double Layer Gates
Vortex Instability of Extended Polarized Layers and Selection of Overlimiting Currents
Nonlinear Current-Voltage Characteristics of Nanopores
AC Nonlinear Electro-Osmosis Due to Field-Induced Double Layer Polarization
AC Nonlinear Electrokinetics
Derivation of the AC Electro-Osmotic Slip Velocity
Double Layer Electrostatic Model
Hydrodynamic Model
Bulk Potential
Flow Reversal
Planar Converging Stagnation Flow on Symmetric Coplanar Electrodes
Normal Double Layer Charging of Passive Metal Surfaces
Electrothermal AC Electro-Osmosis
Dielectrophoresis and Electrorotation - Double Layer Effects
Ponderomotive Forces
Classical Maxwell-Wagner Theory
Low-Conductivity Limit (a “�D) - Conducting Stern and Diffuse Layer Correction
Normal Capacitive Charging
Intermediate Conductivity Limit (a