Anti-REsonant Reflecting Optical Waveguides (ARROWs) as Optimal Optical Detectors for μTAS Applications.

NJ Goddard, K Singh, AF Bounaria, R Holmes, SJ Baldock, L Pickering, PR Filden, RD Snook

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    Abstract

    Objectives:The primary objective of this work was to devise simple means of performing optical detection of species within microchannels compatible with μTAS applications.Secondary objectives were:• To permit detection anywhere within a microchannel without mechanical movement of the light source or detector.• To be able to detect refractive index, optical absorption and fluorescence with common instrumentation.• To be able to use a wide range of wavelengths. • To provide detection schemes compatible with electrokinetic sample transport and separation.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
    Pages691-694
    Number of pages1
    Publication statusPublished - 1998
    EventMicroTotal Analysis Systems 1998 - Alberta, Canada
    Duration: 1 Jan 1998 → …

    Conference

    ConferenceMicroTotal Analysis Systems 1998
    Period1/01/98 → …

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    Goddard, NJ., Singh, K., Bounaria, AF., Holmes, R., Baldock, SJ., Pickering, L., Filden, PR., & Snook, RD. (1998). Anti-REsonant Reflecting Optical Waveguides (ARROWs) as Optimal Optical Detectors for μTAS Applications. In Unknown Host Publication (pp. 691-694) http://uir.ulster.ac.uk/1468/1/MicroTAS_98_-_Poster.pdf