A Hydrodynamically Focused Stream as a Dynamic Template for Site-Specific Electrochemical Micropatterning of Conducting Polymers

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  • This research was supported by the DOD-Defense Threat Reduction Agency (W911NF0610243), the NIH-NCI NanoSystems Biology Cancer Center (U54A119347), and the National Nature Science Foundation of China (No. 90406006).

Abstract

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Working patterns: Size-controllable electrochemical deposition of conducting polymer micropatterns across individually addressable electrode junction pairs (inset) is achieved with a hydrodynamically focused laminar stream in a microfluidic setting (see picture). Such a focused stream can be used as a dynamic template for sequential production of sensor arrays capable of detecting extremely small quantities of analytes.

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