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pp. 6, 7 Describe how each of the nanovalves work. p. 8 How does the molecular switch work? What is its principle of operation? p. 9 circle, underline What are the applications of such a molecular switch? p. 10 underlines Describe a CMOS-compatible, direct patterning technique for making arrays of optically activated cantilevers out of lightweight carbon nanotube film. They believe that they can make the cantilevers wavelength selective by tuning the properties of the nanotubes. p. 12 A mesoporous solid with acidic sites has disulfide bridges across the pore outlets to make a molecular gate. p. 13 Explain how one can control many flow channels, valves, and microfluidic/microreaction chambers using just a few inlet control chambers. p. 13 How is this lab-on-a-chip like computer random access memory (RAM)? p. 14 Perfluoropolyethers with a phenylacetylphenone permit the use of soft lithographic mehods for use in microfluidics for the first time. p. 15 bot. left How can one achieve turbulence, and thereby mixing, in a microfluidic channel? p. 16 AFM has been used to visualize the flow of a liquid polymer droplet across molecular "bottlebrush"-coated surfaces. p. 17 This article describes the visualization of polymer molecules in complex flows across surfaces with an optical microscope. p. 18 Microfluidic devices are used to understand blood clotting. Read the whole thing. p. 19 mid, p. 20 mid, What are the advantages of microchannel reactors? bottom left of p. 21, top right of p. 23 What are the advantages of microchannel reactors? pp. 24-25 Kenis has designed a microreactor for steam reforming of propane into H 2 at 800-1000 o C. p. 26 Dynamic Stark control via ultrafast laser pulses is used to control energy levels on a time scale consistent with the length of chemical reactions. p. 28 figure C 60 O molecules are synthesized from C 60 epoxide like peas in a pod inside a carbon nanotube "reactor". p. 29 mid/rt. What is the difference between Svec & Frechet's lab-on-a-chip vs. others? p. 29 What is a monolithic polymer? p. 30 underline What is a gradient composition surface, and what can it be used for? p. 31 underlined When hydrogen, sodium, and zinc ions are all present, what happens to the lab-on-a-molecule sensor? p. 32 A microfluidic device has been fabricated that can count the number of proteins in cells by single molecule fluorescence. p. 33 This lab on a chip identifies both pathogenic bacteria and can be used to diagnose and treat both bacterial infection and hospital-acquired pneumonia. Describe the process by which the chip identifies a particular strain of bacteria. p. 9 of entrepeneurshipandproposalchecklist.pdf Examine the figure. Entrepreneurship and Proposal Checklist (entrepreneurshipandproposalchecklist.pdf) p. 2 bot. left Read the box on the bottom left. p. 4 top right What are the two purposes of a business plan? Read from the top of the right column of p. 4 to the end of the left column on p. 5.
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