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DATE

1998-11-09

AUTHORS

Shuichi Shoji

ABSTRACT

Several techniques for miniaturization of simple chemical and medical analysis systems are described. Miniaturization of total analysis systems realizes a small sample volume, a fast response and reduction of reagents. These features are useful in chemical and medical analysis. During the last decade many micro flow control devices, as well as the micro chemical sensors fabricated by three dimensional microfabrication technologies based on photofabrication, termed micromachining, have been developed. Miniaturized total analysis systems (μTAS) have been studied and some prototypes developed. In microfabricated systems, “microfluidics”, which represent the behavior of fluids in small sized channels, are considered and are very important in the design of micro elements used in μTAS. In this chapter microfluidics applied flow devices, micro flow control devices of active and passive microvalves, mechanical and non-mechanical micropumps and micro flow sensors fabricated by micromachining are reviewed. More... »

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163-188

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  • 1995. µ-TAS: Miniaturized Total Chemical Analysis Systems in MICRO TOTAL ANALYSIS SYSTEMS
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    978-3-540-63424-9
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