Document Type

Thesis

Publication Date

Spring 2022

Abstract

Microfluidic paper analytical devices (µPADs) are small, paper-based matrices similar to Lab-on-a-Chip (LOC). They are capable of semi-quantitative analysis, with applications ranging from medical to environmental to food and beverage testing. Important to improving point-of-care devices (POCs), various techniques have been integrated into µPADs to customize analysis and fit different clinical situations.

Notes

Course: CHE 420, Chemistry Thesis; Instructor: Dr. Daniel King

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