SU8/Glass Single‐channel Microfluidic Chips with microelectrodes

Microfluidic chip

SU8/Glass Single‐channel Microfluidic Chips with microelectrodes



Category: Electrochemical sensors, Electrophoresis & Electrochemistry Chips, Microfluidic chip, Microfluidic sensor, Standard microfluidic chips

Single-channel microchips electrophoresis on SU-8 resin are manufactured with integrated microelectrodes on the glass cover plate.


The SU-8/Glass material is higly resistant for reusable microfluidic chips (over 1000 runs)

Availability: In Stock
€75.00
Single-channel microchips electrophoresis on SU-8 resin are manufactured with integrated microelectrodes on the glass cover plate.
The SU-8/Glass material is higly resistant for reusable microfluidic chips (over 1000 runs)

Description

These microchips are low costs, and have a long life (over 1000 runs/injections), high efficiency and precision. The electrochemical detection (ED) system consists of three types of electrodes (working, reference and auxiliary) at the outlet of the separation channel (end-channel approach). The electrodes are available in different designs and materials.

 

 Glass Microfluidic  single channel chip size

 

The working electrode is available in two different configurations: microelectrode array (MEA) and interdigitated array (IDA) (See specifications for technical characteristics of all available models)

 

Microelectrode array (MEA)

    The working electrode consists of six 10 μm microelectrodes with 10 µm gap. Thin film microelectrodes are integrated at the outlet of the separation channel with an end channel approach. The electrodes are manufactured in different materials (Platinum or Gold).

     

    Microfluidic integrated microelectrode array chip

     

     

    Microfluidic signel channel chips with microelectrodes array dimensions

     

    Interdigitated array microelectrode (IDA)

      The working electrode (WE) consists of two individually addressable arrays of three 10-μm microelectrodes with an interdigitated approach. A 10-μm gap is shown between microelectrodes of interdigitated array (WE1/WE2). The electrodes are integrated at the outlet of the separation channel with an end-channel approach.

      The electrodes are available in different materials (Platinum or Gold).

       

      Microfluidic microelectrode interdigitated chip

       

       

       Microfluidic signel channel chips with microelectrodes array dimensions

       

       

      Application

      Separation of phenolic compounds performed using a platinium SU-8/Glass microfluidic chip with integrated IDA microelectrode in combination with the Microfluidic chip holder with electrochemical detection and Microfluidic automated electrophoresis system

      Characteristics

      Microelectrode array (MEA)
      • 150 nm thin-film platinum or gold electrodes
      • Working electrode width: 6x10 µm / MEA gap: 10 µm
      • Reference & auxiliary electrode width: 250 µm
      • Electrodes gap: 100 µm 
      • Thickness: 50/150nm
      Microfluidic signel channel chips with microelectrodes array structure

       

       

      - Interdigitated array microelectrode (IDA)
      • 150 nm thin-film platinum or gold electrodes
      • Working electrode width: 2x(3x10) µm / IDA gap: 10 µm
      • Reference & auxiliary electrode width: 250 µm
      • Electrodes gap: 100 µm
      • Thickness: 50/150nm
      Microfluidic single channel chips with interdigitated microelectrodes structure

      Microfluidics contact team

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      contact@darwin-microfluidics.com


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