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    Avoiding air bubbles when filling microfluidic chips by use of an ultrasonic bath

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    Leonie Bastin1 and Karen Alim1,2 1 Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Göttingen, Germany 2 Physics Department, Technical University of Munich, Germany Why is this useful? In microfluidic devices with small structures, air bubbles are often trapped at interfaces, corners or structures within the channel. The presented method is reproducible, fast, and only requires […]

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    Apr, 13 2021 |

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