R. Barrett, M. Faucon, J. Lopez, G. Cristobal, F. Destremaut, A. Dodge, P. Guillot, P. Laval, C. Masselon, J.-B. Salmon — Lab Chip 6 (2006) 494
27 février 2006
This work describes the fabrication of thin microfluidic devices in Kapton (polyimide). These chips are well-suited to perform X-ray scattering experiments using intense microfocussed beams, as Kapton is both relatively resistant to the high intensities generated by a synchrotron, and almost transparent to X-rays. We show networks of microchannels obtained using laser ablation of Kapton films, and we also present a simple way to perform fusion bonding between two Kapton films. The possibilities offered using such devices are illustrated with X-ray scattering experiments. These experiments demonstrate that structural measurements in the 1A ? 20nm range can be obtained with spatial resolutions of a few microns in a microchannel.
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