324 Electrokinetics: Advancing the Fundamentals I

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Embarcadero (Parc 55 San Francisco)
Electrokinetics describes interactions between electrical fields and particles to produce colloidal particle motion within a medium, which may be a fluid, or a porous or fibrous medium. A detailed understanding of particle-particle electrostatic forces is particularly relevant, and both experimental and simulation approaches are required to advance understanding of electrokinetic science. Therefore, contributions with novel approaches related to fundamental micro/nanoscale electrokinetic principles, modeling, and experimental studies are welcome. Topics may include electrokinetic networks, biosensors, chemical assays, electrophoretic mobility and electro-optics. In the submission clearly state the problem, motivation, and results.

2016 Annual Meeting of the AES Electrophoresis Society

Kyle J. M. Bishop
Email: kjmbishop@gmail.com

Michael Sano
Email: mikesano@stanford.edu

9:00 AM
(324a) Origin and Nature of Charge Carriers in Nonpolar Solvents
Dennis C. Prieve, Benjamin A. Yezer, Keyi Xu, Aditya S. Khair, Paul J. Sides and James W. Schneider

9:15 AM

9:45 AM
(324d) Electroosmotic Flow in a Suspended Liquid Film
Abdulkadir Hussein Sheik, Hemaka Bandulasena, Victor Starov and Anna Trybala