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The microfluidic laboratory at Synchrotron SOLEIL Chaussavoine Igor

Abstract : A microfluidic laboratory recently opened at Synchrotron SOLEIL, dedicated to in-house research and external users. Its purpose is to provide the equipment and expertise that allow the development of microfluidic systems adapted to the beamlines of SOLEIL as well as other light sources. Such systems can be used to continuously deliver a liquid sample under a photon beam, keep a solid sample in a liquid environment or provide a means to track a chemical reaction in a time-resolved manner. The laboratory provides all the amenities required for the design and preparation of soft-lithography microfluidic chips compatible with synchrotron-based experiments. Three examples of microfluidic systems that were used on SOLEIL beamlines are presented, which allow the use of X-ray techniques to study physical, chemical or biological phenomena. © 2020 International Union of Crystallography.
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Igor Chaussavoine, Anthony Beauvois, Tiphaine Mateo, Ramakrishna Vasireddi, Nadine Douri, et al.. The microfluidic laboratory at Synchrotron SOLEIL Chaussavoine Igor. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, International Union of Crystallography, 2020, 27 (1), pp.230-237. ⟨10.1107/S1600577519015042⟩. ⟨hal-02443326⟩

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