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Microfluidics is the science of designing, manufacturing, and formulating devices and processes that deal with volumes of fluid on the order of nanoliters or picoliters. Microfluidics hardware requires construction and design that differs from macroscale hardware. It is not generally possible to scale conventional devices down and then expect them to work in microfluidics applications. When the dimensions of a device or system reach a certain size as the scale becomes smaller, the particles of fluid, or particles suspended in the fluid, become comparable in size with the apparatus itself.
Related journals of Microfluids
Journal of Neurological Disorders, International Journal of Neurorehabilitation, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Biomicrofluidics, Case Studies in Thermal Engineering, Aerospace Science and Technology, Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, Electrophoresis, Sensors and Actuators B-Chemical.