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    • Effect of nanostructures orientation on electroosmotic flow in a microfluidic channel 

      Lim, An Eng; Lim, Chun Yee; Lim, Chun Yee; Taboryski, Rafael; Wang, Shu Rui (2017)
      Electroosmotic flow (EOF) is an electric-field-induced fluid flow that has numerous micro-/nanofluidic applications, ranging from pumping to chemical and biomedical analyses. Nanoscale networks/structures are often integrated ...
    • Effects of Nanostructured Surfaces on Electro-osmotic Flow 

      Lim, An Eng; Lim, Chun Yee; Taboryski, Rafael; Lam, Yee Cheong (2016)
      Electro-osmotic flow (EOF) is the flow of fluid in a microchannel which is induced by an external elec-tric field. EOF originates from electrical double layer (EDL) formed spontaneously at the channel-fluid interface. The ...
    • Electroosmotic flow in microchannel with black silicon nanostructures 

      Lim, An Eng; Lim, Chun Yee; Lam, Yee Cheong; Taboryski, Rafael (2017)
      Electroosmotic flow (EOF) is an electrokinetic phenomenon. The fluid motion originates from the electrical body force acting on the excess counterions in the electrical double layer (EDL) when an external electric field ...
    • Electroosmotic flow in microchannel with black silicon nanostructures 

      Lim, An Eng; Lim, Chun Yee; Lam, Yee Cheong; Taboryski, Rafael (2018)
      Although electroosmotic flow (EOF) has been applied to drive fluid flow in microfluidic chips, some of the phenomena associated with it can adversely affect the performance of certain applications such as electrophoresis ...