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Electrophoretic exclusion, a technique that differentiates species in bulk solution near a channel entrance, has been demonstrated on benchtop and microdevice designs. In these systems, separation occurs when the electrophoretic

Electrophoretic exclusion, a technique that differentiates species in bulk solution near a channel entrance, has been demonstrated on benchtop and microdevice designs. In these systems, separation occurs when the electrophoretic velocity of one species is greater than the opposing hydrodynamic flow, while the velocity of the other species is less than that flow. Although exclusion has been demonstrated in multiple systems for a range of analytes, a theoretical assessment of resolution has not been addressed.

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  • 2014-09-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1002/elps.201300572
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    Kenyon, Stacy M., Keebaugh, Michael W., & Hayes, Mark A. (2014). Development of the resolution theory for electrophoretic exclusion. ELECTROPHORESIS, 35(18), 2551-2559. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/elps.201300572

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