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|Title:||Simple lab-on-chip approach with time-based detection|
S. Kradtap Hartwell
|Abstract:||A simple lab-on-chip approach with time-based detection is proposed. A platform is made from a piece of acrylic differently shaped channels for introducing sample and reagent(s) using flow manipulation. Time-based changes involving migration of the reaction zone are monitored. The changes can be visually monitored by using a stop-watch with naked eyes observation. Some applications for the determination of ascorbic acid, acetic acid and iron in real samples with different chemistries were demonstrated. Crown Copyright © 2009.|
|Appears in Collections:||CMUL: Journal Articles|
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