Image of the Month: Small Separations
Will microscale 3D columns have a big impact on the future of liquid-phase separations?
Charlotte Barker | | Quick Read
A prototype of a three-dimensional liquid phase spatial separation device, 3D-printed by researchers at the University of Amsterdam using high-resolution projection microstereolithography. Complex mixtures can be spatially separated in the first- and second-dimension channels and eluted in the third dimension. The effluents are stamped out onto a MALDI substrate from the conical tips in the microfluidic device (pictured). Student Leon Niezen produced the device shown here.
Credit: Suhas Nawada, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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