Microsystem Technology in Chemistry and Life Sciences (Topics in Current Chemistry) by Andreas Manz

Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (December 9, 1997) | ISBN: 354063424X | Pages: 252 | PDF | 9.41 MB

Microfabrication technology emerged from microelectronics into areas like mechanics and now chemistry and biology. The engineering of micron and submicron sized features on the surface of silicon, glass and polymers opens a whole new world. Micromotors smaller than human hair have been fabricated and they work fine.

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