Magnetically assembled carbon nanotube tipped pipettes
Freedman, J. R., Mattia, D., Korneva, G., Gogotsi, Y., Friedman, G. and Fontecchio, A. K., 2007. Magnetically assembled carbon nanotube tipped pipettes. Applied Physics Letters, 90 (10), 103108/1-103108/3.
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The authors have developed a biol. probe at the nanoscale with a magnetic carbon nanotube (mCNT) tip that has the ability to transfer fluids. Fabrication is performed by injection of mCNTs into micropipets, which are then positioned as probe tips via magnetophoresis, and affixed with polymeric adhesive. In this letter the authors discuss the magnetic fabrication process and demonstrate the versatility of this probe.
|Creators||Freedman, J. R., Mattia, D., Korneva, G., Gogotsi, Y., Friedman, G. and Fontecchio, A. K.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||ferrofluids, magnetic field effects (magnetophoresis, animal cell (mammalian, magnetically assembled carbon nanotube tipped pipets for biol. applications), adhesives (polymeric, magnetically assembled carbon nanotube tipped pipet, nanoparticles (ferromagnetic, cell membrane (piercing, magnetic particles (ferromagnetic nanoparticles, nanotubes (carbon, directed assembly, nanofabrication (magnetically assembled carbon nanotube tipped pipets for biol. applications), pipets (micropipets, diffusion, fluids (transfer|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Chemical Engineering|
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