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From the reviews: ‘…a comprehensive overview of the theory and recent advancements in nanofluidic technology and would benefit any researcher interested in the physical and analytical advantages of miniaturization.’ (Sally Peyman, Chemistry World, July, 2009). In his celebrated lecture at the APS meeting in 1959, Richard Feynman pondered the potential of miniaturization in the physical sciences and proposed a variety of new nano-tools. Since then, many of these predictions have become reality including the development and application of nanofluidics. This timely book fills a gap in the current reference literature in this exciting and growing field and is dedicated to the field of nanofluidics with a focus on bioanalytical applications. These nanoscale analytical instruments employ micromachined features and are able to manipulate fluid samples with high precision and efficiency.
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Joshua B. Bederson, M.D., is a neurosurgeon and Professor and Chairman of Neurosurgery at the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City.
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