electro-osmotic


Also found in: Medical.

electro-osmotic

(ɪˌlɛktrəʊɒzˈmɒtɪk)
adj
relating to electro-osmosis
References in periodicals archive ?
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.
When increasing the current density, there is the danger that the anode gas becomes dehydrated owing to the effect of the electro-osmotic drag.
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.
Horiba also improved on the cell's basic design, using optically clear plastic and other measures to minimize electro-osmotic flow.
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.
Here, the CE capillaries are packed with HPLC packing, and a voltage is applied across the packed capillary, which generates an electro-osmotic flow (EOF) that transports solutes along the capillary toward the detector.
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.
Full browser ?