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Fluid control

  1. Dec 13, 2005 #1
    Hello everybody,
    I need to search for techniques for the next problem:
    I have a germ/cell and I want to put it inside a liquid drop.
    I need to build such an electronic tool, so the "customer" will take his different liquids, and automaticly, the "machine" will put a germ inside each liquid tube.
    I thought of the next stuff:
    flow cytrometer.
    a device like in the inkjet, using a pizoelectric crystal to "shoot" germs instead of ink.
    The think is i am not familiar with those,
    so - do you have any simplified explnations? name of an easy book?
    Maybe you have good suggestions for my project?
    Bsc student,
  2. jcsd
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