SM1-300um-Z300 Serpentine Mixing Microfluidic Chips

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THIS IS A PASSIVE CROSS-CHANNEL SERPENTINE MIXING MICROCHANNEL. TWO (2) TYPES OF SUBSTRATES ARE GIVEN AND ONE (1) TYPE OF PRODUCT CAN BE COLLECTED.

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In microfludics, generally speaking, there are 3 types of flow; laminar, droplet, and digital. Laminar flow, is well-known in micro-sized channels due to Reynold's number calculation. Digital and droplet flow conditions are similar to each other but in digital manipulation of liquid in microfludics, embedded electrodes and hydrophobic surfaces are used to move, mix or seperate droplets of liquid samples individually. Laminar flow, provides parallel flowing of the liquid sample without direct mixing but with diffusion.

Serpentine mixing channel, increases the channel length to provide enough time for complete mixing and reaction. The high surface to volume ratio provides higher efficiency in applications.

This is a passive serpentine mixing channel and actuation of substrate liquid's flow requires a pumping system.

Serpentine mixing microfluidics is accepted by various scientific and industrial applications mainly due to its highly efficiency in synthesis reactions or others which can be:

--- Life Sciences: Pharmaceutical concentration gradient formation, Chemical synthesis and screening, ...
--- Parmaceutical Sciences: Pharmaceutical synthesis reactions, ...
--- Biotechnology: Microreactors, Therapeutical particle synthesis, Nanoparticle synthesis, ...
--- Diagnostic tech: Diagnostic devices for personalized medicine, novel biosensor research
--- Others: Chemical synthesis and screening, cosmetics, food industry, aerospace and more...

 


 DATASHEET
 
Specification Info
Number of devices per chip / in total 4 devices / 20 devices
Total length of microchannels after mixing point 76,500 micrometers (um)
Surface to volume ratio 13.3
Material PDMS bonded on microscopy glass. Please also check "Our Trip to PDMS Chips" blog post.
Bonding Technique Oxygen plasma treatment
XY Size of total chip 25x73 mm2 of chip on 26x76 mm2 of std microscopy glass
X Width and Z Height of microchannels 300 micrometers
Z Height of PDMS chip 3.0 - 4.0 mm
Ports on top/edge on Top
Number of ports 3 ports per device and 12 per chip
Pitch btw ports and edge-to-port 3 mm and 3.5 mm
Size / Shape of ports 2 mm / Circle
Suitable Connector Outer Diameter 2.0 - 2.5 mm
microChannel Geometry Rectangular
Layout of active ports
 SM1-2  SM1-3
small-layout-bw-sm2  small-layout-bw-sm3

 


 REQUIREMENTS

Additional Requirements Suggestions
Pumping/Actuation Flow and mixing of the liquids inside microchannels require low-pulsation flow.
Some high-quality syringe pumps and pressure pumps work well.
Peristaltic and piezoelectronic pumps may also be suitable but mind the possible relatively high pulsation.
Fittings All fittings in ufluidic.com are suitable with this chip. Any other connectors compatible with pitch and port size is also applicable. Reactive compability of the fittings is also important to be considered.
Chemicals Depends on the application of researcher.
Visualisation Epi-Fluorescent Microscopy is widely used together with microfluidic chips.
Other analysis techniques should be determined by user researchers for the experiments where optical changes inside chips do not occur.

 


 LITERATURE

Application examples from literature

These are some highly sited articles from literature. The chip designs are not identical but working is same in principle.

Damiati et.al. 2018
Microfluidic Devices for DrugDelivery Systems and DrugScreening
doi: 10.3390/genes9020103
Ley et.al. 2015
Organic synthesis: march of the machines
doi: 10.1002/anie.201410744
Liu et.al. 2017
Why microfluidics? Merits and trends in chemical synthesis
doi: 10.1039/C7LC00627F
Badilescu et.al. 2012
Microfluidics-Nano-Integration for Synthesis and Sensing
doi: 10.3390/polym4021278
Chan et.al. 2003
Size-Controlled Growth of CdSe Nanocrystals in Microfluidic Reactors
doi: 10.1021/nl0259481
Mu et.al. 2013
Oil–water biphasic parallel flow for the precise patterning of metals and cells
doi: 10.1007/s10544-013-9828-y
Rush et.al. 2002
Dispersion by Pressure-Driven Flow in Serpentine Microfluidic Channels
doi: 10.1021/ie020149e
Lu et.al. 2015
Novel amphiphilic microgels fabricated via on-chip polymerisation
doi: RSC.org
 

 

 


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