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One step fabrication of a microfluidic device with an integrated membrane by multimaterial 3D printing

conference contribution
posted on 2016-01-01, 00:00 authored by F Li, P Smejkal, Rosanne GuijtRosanne Guijt, M C Breadmore
Multimaterial 3D printing was used to create a microfluidic device with an integrated porous membrane for soil analysis in a single fabrication step in less than 30 min. A dual-head fused deposition moulding (FDM) 3D printer was used to seamlessly print porous and non-porous materials, enabling for the printing of a device with integrated membrane. A 3D printed microfluidic device with 400 μm porous composite membrane was used for direct quantification of nitrate in soil slurry.

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Pagination

922 - 923

Publisher

Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society

Location

Dublin, Ireland

Place of publication

San Diego, Calif.

Start date

2016-10-09

End date

2016-10-13

ISBN-13

9780979806490

Publication classification

X Not reportable; EN.1 Other conference paper

Title of proceedings

20th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, MicroTAS 2016

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