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ELECTROWETTING CHIP ON PAPER BASED SUBSTRATE
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Poster Title: ELECTROWETTING CHIP ON PAPER BASED SUBSTRATE
Submitted on 25 Oct 2017
Author(s): Nurul Amziah Md Yunus and Noor Faezah Ismail
Affiliations: Universiti Putra Malaysia
This poster was presented at PAMERAN NETWORKING SESSION 2017
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Abstract: NEED: Liquid microdroplet transportation on microfluidic chip
operation. Assist the transportation of microdroplet form. Reduce the cost of portable strip for medical and laboratory works.
APPROACH
• Using a cellulose paper as the basic platform.
• The layers of the strip is made from flexible materials.
• Cooking oil is used as a lubricant oil to smoothen the droplet flow.
• The strip has small dimension to reduce the volume of the microdroplet.
• Low voltage as a source to actuate the microdroplet.
• Electrowetting technique is applied on this chip.
Summary: This paper based electrowetting microfluidic chip is made from low cost materials. Therefore the cost of production has reduced. It is portable because it has light weight and small. It can be packaged in a small box and less sensitive to the air.References: NilReport abuse »
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