Manipulation of Multiphase Materials for Touch-Less Nanobiotechnology: A Pyrofluidic Platform (Springer Theses) (Hardcover)

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Introduction.- Chapter 1.- Wettability patterning by pyroelectric effect.- The pyro-electric effect onto a PPLN crystal.- Manipulation of polymer materials for patterning micro lenses.- Manipulating liquid crystal droplets onto polymer micro lenses.- Chapter 2.- Pyro-electrohydrodynamic dispenser.- Pyro-electrohydrodynamic dispenser: set-up.- Functionalities of the Pyro-Electrohydrodynamic dispenser.- Laser induced dispenser and visualization of the pyro-electric field line.- Laser induced dispenser activated by plasmon resonance of gold Nanorods.- Dispenser for liquid printing and patterning at high resolution.- Multi jets for the pyro-EHD dispenser.- Pyro-EHD process and instability of liquid film.- Polymer multi jetting.- Liquid delivering.- Fabrication of optical microlenses through the pyro-Dispenser.- Chapter 3.- Pyro-electrohydrodynamics (EHD) lithography for fabrication of polymer 3D microstructures.- Design and Working Principle of the Technique.- Experimental procedure of fabrication by pyro-EHD.- High aspect ratio micron-sized structures formation.- Applications of Rapid Cured PDMS Microstructures.- Chapter 4. Introduction to the high precision patterning of biomaterials.- Experimental set-up and pyro-electric spinning characterization.- Fabrication of well-ordered biocompatible and biodegradable patterns.- Cell contact guidance onto ordered fibers.- Chapter 5. Biodegradable microneedles for drug delivery applications.- Pyro-Electric fabrication of dissolving microneedles.- Skin indentation by PLGA electro-drawn microneedles.- Conclusions and perspectives.- Annex 1.- Annex 2.



Product Details
ISBN: 9783319310589
ISBN-10: 3319310585
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: April 11th, 2016
Pages: 109
Language: English
Series: Springer Theses