SUTD Researchers Developed Customizable Microfluidic Nozzles for Generating Complex Emulsions

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Michinao Hashimoto  and Sindhu Vijayanab

Droplets or emulsions are widely employed in the fields of drug delivery, chemical analysis, biological assays and material synthesis. Emulsions can be created using a microfluidic device that allows generation of droplets of one phase dispersed in an immiscible phase. Unlike bulk emulsification process, microfluidic devices allow for controlled generation of droplets with high monodispersity.

Schematic of the modules and representative assembly of device to produce various types of emulsions.

You can find more details at https://www.sutd.edu.sg/Research/Research-News/2019/1/SUTD-researchers-developed-customizable-microfluid

2021-09-28T15:36:48+00:00