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Nanoliter-sized overheated reactor

NEUŽIL, P. SUN, W. KARÁSEK, T. MANZ, A.

Originální název

Nanoliter-sized overheated reactor

Anglický název

Nanoliter-sized overheated reactor

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en

Originální abstrakt

We report on a microfluidic system formed by 200 nl water droplets, encapsulated by a 600 nl mineral oil placed on a hydrophobically coated glass microscope cover slip. The micromachined heater underneath the glass was able to heat up the sample at a heating rate of 650 C/s, heating the water sample up to 200 C in less than 2 s. The sample/glass and the sample/oil interface did not have nucleation centers, showing that the sample reached a superheated stage without the necessity of being pressurized to suppress boiling. This method can be utilized for various applications currently being conducted in autoclaves.

Anglický abstrakt

We report on a microfluidic system formed by 200 nl water droplets, encapsulated by a 600 nl mineral oil placed on a hydrophobically coated glass microscope cover slip. The micromachined heater underneath the glass was able to heat up the sample at a heating rate of 650 C/s, heating the water sample up to 200 C in less than 2 s. The sample/glass and the sample/oil interface did not have nucleation centers, showing that the sample reached a superheated stage without the necessity of being pressurized to suppress boiling. This method can be utilized for various applications currently being conducted in autoclaves.

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@article{BUT115140,
  author="Pavel {Neužil} and Wanxin {Sun} and Tomáš {Karásek} and Andreas {Manz}",
  title="Nanoliter-sized overheated reactor",
  annote="We report on a microfluidic system formed by 200 nl water droplets, encapsulated by a 600 nl
mineral oil placed on a hydrophobically coated glass microscope cover slip. The micromachined
heater underneath the glass was able to heat up the sample at a heating rate of 650 C/s, heating the
water sample up to 200 C in less than 2 s. The sample/glass and the sample/oil interface did not
have nucleation centers, showing that the sample reached a superheated stage without the necessity
of being pressurized to suppress boiling. This method can be utilized for various applications
currently being conducted in autoclaves.",
  address="AIP Publishing",
  chapter="115140",
  doi="10.1063/1.4905851",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="AIP Publishing",
  number="024104",
  volume="106",
  year="2015",
  month="january",
  pages="024104-1--024104-5",
  publisher="AIP Publishing",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}