electro-osmotic


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electro-osmotic

(ɪˌlɛktrəʊɒzˈmɒtɪk)
adj
relating to electro-osmosis
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The fluid can be driven by an external electric field or a pressure gradient leading, respectively, to electro-osmotic flow (EOF) and pressure-driven flow.
Other studies have investigated the relationship between hydraulic permeability and electro-osmotic permeability.
Qpedia Volume 4 topics include multilayer mini-channel heat sinks, electro-osmotic pumps, thermoelectric coolers, high altitude heat transfer, data center cooling, defense electronics, and automotive electronics cooling.
Some specific topics include exergoeconomic analysis of a steam power plant in Iran, mass transport in a microchannel bioreactor with a porous wall, forced vibration behavior of an adhesively bonded single-lap joint, lean layout in an automotive parts manufacturer, and electro-osmotic flow in a nanotube with power law fluid.
Proof of electro-osmotic drug delivery: a prejudiced clinical trial, delivering from mouth to nose.
(2007) demonstrated that earthworms reduce adhesion of soil to their bodies because of electro-osmotic flow of lubricating fluid at the body and soil interface.
They review classical equilibrium electrokinetic theories, along with more recent theoretical developments; discuss electro-osmotic transport and its application to the design of DC electrokinetic pumps; and examine electrophoresis and its applications.
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