243rd ECS Meeting Topic Close-up: L08 – Microfluidic Electrochemistry

Figure 2 CD from B.J. Polk et al. JES 151(2004) C559, first mention of microfluidics in the Journal.

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Symposium L08 – Microfluidic Electrochemistry

Deadline for Submitting Abstracts:
December 2, 2022
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Symposium focus: Microfluidics as a means to develop an inkjet printhead emerged in the 1980s. Soon the electrical and eventually electrochemical component of the controlled transport, where surface forces dominate volumetric forces, became apparent. The first article related to microfluidics channel restriction in the Journal of The Electrochemical Society was published in 2004 (Polk et al. 151 [2004] C559). Since then, microfluidics has been a regular topic of ECS meeting presentations.

This symposium is a platform for all aspects of microfluidics related to electrochemical principles and associated issues and challenges spanning fundamental and applied research and technology. Relevant contributions may be such aspects as:

  • Electrochemical transport phenomena
  • New materials
  • Advanced analytical applications
  • Computations
  • Simulations

Consult the Call for Papers for more information. 


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