... allowing iontophoresis which causes electroosmosis, solvent flow towards the anode. Electroosmosis then causes electrophoresis ... Molecules are transported across the stratum corneum by electrophoresis and electroosmosis and the electric field can also ... electrorepulsion and electroosmosis". Journal of Controlled Release. 64 (1-3): 129-132. doi:10.1016/S0168-3659(99)00132-7. ISSN ...
Another model is that of electro-osmosis. This theory harbours the idea that electro-osmotic coupling of Na+ and water is what ...
Theory of AC electroosmosis and electrothermal flows in microsystems. Absence of inertial regimes in fine powders. Model of ...
Hjertén, Stellan (1985). "High-performance electrophoresis: elimination of electroosmosis and solute adsorption". Journal of ... or small molecules to reduce electroosmosis to very low levels, restoring the normal direction of migration (anions toward the ...
Other examples include electro-osmosis, sedimentation potential, and streaming potential. Proteins often have groups present on ...
2. AC Electro-osmosis (ACEO) : P.-Y. Chiou, et al., J. Microelectromech. Syst. 17, pp.525-531 (2008) 3. Electro-orientation :W ... This concept includes electrothermal vortex, electrophoresis, dielectrophoresis, and electroosmosis induced by combination of ...
Consolidation by surcharging or electro osmosis increases the stability of slope. Discontinuity layout optimization Mohr- ...
Sludge dewatering can be achieved by electro-osmosis or centrifugation process. Prior to dewatering, the thickened sludge is ...
It was generally found that physical DPCs performed best, followed by the various chemical DPCs, with electro osmosis and ... These attempt to control rising damp through the phenomenon of electro osmosis. Whilst there is evidence to suggest that these ...
Electrophoresis servies as the driving factor that induces the flow of electroosmosis in the opposite direction. ... Of the two main processes electrophoresis (or electromigration) is more dominant than electroosmosis. ... this process is called electroosmosis. The thickness of the diffused double layer is a function of ionic composition of bulk ...
... electro-osmosis, as motion of liquid in porous body under influence of electric field; diffusiophoresis, as motion of particles ...
The mobile phase is driven across the chromatographic bed using electroosmosis instead of pressure (as in HPLC). Electroosmosis ... A second advantage of using electroosmosis to pass the mobile phase into the column is the plug-like flow velocity profile of ... is a chromatographic technique in which the mobile phase is driven through the chromatographic bed by electroosmosis. Capillary ...
On the other hand, it is complicated by electro-osmosis at the walls of the sample cell. Electrophoretic light scattering is ...
... electro-osmosis, and electrorotation. In general, the phenomena relate to the direct conversion of electrical energy into ...
Complexity of this method is associated with electro-osmosis generated by electric field influence on the double layers of the ... It is possible to focus microscope on this stationary layers and observe particles motion not affected with electro-osmosis. ...
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The principle of electro-osmosis or electroosmotic flow creates a flow of an electrolyte through a very small tube in the nano- ... The Nano electrokinetic thruster is a theoretical space propulsion system based on the principle of electro-osmosis (also ...
Electrokinetic phenomena Surface charge Zeta potential Electro-osmosis Electrophoresis Diffusiophoresis Double layer ( ... Induced-charge electro-osmosis around metal and Janus spheres in water: Patterns of flow and breaking symmetries, arXiv ... Model based design of a microfluidic mixer driven by induced charge electroosmosis, Lab on a Chip - Miniaturisation for ...
... which the liquid mobile phase is driven through a capillary containing the chromatographic stationary phase by electroosmosis. ...
When an electric field is applied the third phase is driven to one side of the particles by electro osmosis and binds adjacent ...
... where the parameter m characterizes the contribution of electro-osmosis into motion of ions within the double layer m = 2 ε 0 ε ...
They used standard photolithography techniques to fabricate a switchable adhesion gripper that used a pump driven by electro-osmosis ...
... the bulk fluid z is the ion valency ζ is the electrokinetic potential The parameter m characterizes the contribution of electro-osmosis ...
... an attempt to seal the soil by electroosmosis 1953 - 1954: replacement of the wooden floor of reinforced concrete, filling the ...
In fuel cells, electro-osmosis causes protons moving through a proton exchange membrane (PEM) to drag water molecules from one ... "Electro Osmosis Damp Proofing systems - fraud, or the perfect solution to damp - you decide!". Clegg, C. J., Mackean, D. G. ( ... Electroosmotic flow (or electro-osmotic flow, often abbreviated EOF; synonymous with electroosmosis or electroendosmosis) is ... suggesting that electro-osmosis might play a role in solution transport through conductive plant tissues. Maintaining an ...