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Densely packed nanoemulsions for liquid chromatography

Densely packed nanoemulsions for liquid chromatography

Georgette Salieb-Beugelaar

This project is a collaboration with the Korean Institute for Science and Technology (KIST) in Saarbrücken. It is based on previous research in the BIOS/Lab on a chip group, where it has been demonstrated that densely packed, highly regular and very stable nanoemulsions can be formed in micro-/nanofluidic channel systems.1 This project aims to use microchannels filled with such emulsions for pressure-driven or electric field-driven separation.

Regularly packed nanoemulsion formed in a micro-/nanochannels device. From reference 1.

[1] Lingling Shui, E. Stefan Kooij, Daniël Wijnperlé, Albert van den Berg and Jan C. T. Eijkel,  Soft Matter, 2009, 5, 2708