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Micro/Nano Devices for Chemical Analysis

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Micro/Nano Devices for Chemical Analysis
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN-13: 9783038425342
Number of pages: 230

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In this Special Issue, we focus on chemical and biochemical analyses (analytical and sensing techniques) using the various types of the micro/nano devices, including micro/nanofluidic devices, paper-based devices, digital microfluidics, and biochip (DNA, protein, cell) arrays. We are also interested in hyphenated devices with other conventional analytical instruments, and the pretreatment devices and components (valve, pump, etc.) for analysis/assay.

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