A route to three-dimensional structures in a microfluidic device: Stop-flow interference lithography
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- A route to three-dimensional structures in a microfluidic device: Stop-flow interference lithography
- Jang, Ji-Hyun; Dendukuri, Dhananjay; Hatton, T. Alan; Thomas, Edwin L.; Doyle, Patrick S.
- Gels; Lithography; Microporous materials; Photochemistry; Polymerization
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- WILEY-V C H VERLAG GMBH
- ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION, v.46, no.47, pp.9027 - 9031
- Go with the flow: The combination of phase-mask interference lithography and microfluidic flow lithography yields stop-flow interference lithography, a new route for the fabrication of large numbers of three-dimensionally patterned polymeric particles with sub-micrometer features. For example, two-sided Janus particles can be formed when streams of different photopolymerizable liquids are combined (see picture). (Figure Presented).
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