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  • 173 Citations
  • 6 h-Index
20072018
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Engineering & Materials Science

Microfluidics
Microchannels
Bubble formation
Flow of solids
Microfabrication
Sorting
Electrodes
Solid electrolytes
Capacitance
Acoustics
Throughput
Acoustic fields
Tissue
Imaging techniques
Adsorption
Electric potential
Water
Fluids
Catalysts
Reaction rates
Ions
Glass
Silica
Drainage
Nanopores
Equilibrium constants
Ellipsometry
Blood vessels
Surface reactions
Complexation
Refraction
Adsorption isotherms
Catalyst supports
Chemical elements
Pressure distribution
Linewidth
Liquids
Video recording
Acoustic impedance
Shear viscosity
Assays
High speed cameras
Rheometers
Screening
Microscopes
Dyes
Lighting
Experiments
Interferometry
Energy storage

Physics & Astronomy

General

microchannels
actuation
classifying
colloids
bubbles
chips
microfluidic devices
surface reactions
pulses
fluids
drainage
excretion
illumination
optical thickness
causes
ellipsometry
channel flow
two phase flow
isotherms
screening
degrees of freedom
oscillators

Chemistry and Materials

surface energy
adsorption
water
silicon dioxide
solid surfaces
flexibility
dyes

Engineering

capacitance
energy transfer
trapping
spectral line width
energy conversion
laser microscopy
electrodes
manipulators
excitation
hydrodynamics

Physics

acoustics
electric potential
pressure distribution
ion distribution
refraction
inertia
harmonics
ions
gradients

Life Sciences

cats

Mathematical and Computer Sciences

cylindrical coordinates

Chemical Compounds

Microfluidics
Bubble formation
Microfabrication
Colloids
Fluids
Electric potential
Silicon Dioxide
Electrodes
Ions
Tissue
Catalysts
Reaction rates
Nanopores
Blood vessels
Catalyst supports
Water
Assays
Microscopes
Coloring Agents
Microelectrodes
Decomposition
Computer simulation
Hydrodynamics
Electric fields
Detectors