Food Analysis by HPLC, Second Edition by Leo M.L. Nollet
By Leo M.L. Nollet
Completely up-to-date and revised variation bargains functional, instantly appropriate info on all significant issues of nutrition compounds analyzable by way of HPLC. comprises over 500 illustrations and tables.
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Different materials (DRIE Si <100>, wet etch Si <110> and <100>, and SU-8) were used as the embossing masters. 211,212 Besides using a Si master, hot embossing was also carried out using a Ni master (300 μm). This was electroformed from a Si master using a Ti/Ni seed metal layer on Si. After electroplating Ni on the Si, the Si was etched away, exposing the opposite relief of the Ni master. 1011 Reprinted with permission from the American Chemical Society. Micromachining Methods 29 In another report, the Ni master was electroformed on a developed PMMA layer (supported on a stainless steel plate).
1042 In another report, instead of direct x-ray ablation, an x-ray mask, which was 10 μm thick Au on a Kapton film, was employed to ablate a PMMA wafer. Then the ablated PMMA wafer was developed. 200 An infrared CO2 laser (1,060 nm) was used to cut through a polycarbonate (black, carboncoated) wafer of 250 μm thickness to create microfluidic channels. 19 SEM representation of the cross section of a PET microchannel made by photoablation. The trapezoidal form is typical for this type of microfabrication procedure.
For bonding PMMA plates, the plates were immersed in a boiling water bath for 1 h to eliminate residual air. 215 Alternative bonding methods were also employed. 214 Room temperature embossing on PMMA (Lucite) and copolyester (Vivak) plates was achieved using a Si master. A hydraulic press was employed to apply the pressure (450 to 2,700 psi). Such a room temperature operation will prevent breakage of the Si master due to the differences in the thermal expansion coefficients of Si and PMMA. 1 × 106 Pa) applied by a hydraulic press for 3 min.