|Title:||Influence of temperature on the electroosmotic flow in a pH-regulated, zwitterionic cylindrical pore filled with multiple monovalent ions||Authors:||Tseng S.
|Keywords:||Electroosmotic flow;Multiple monovalent ions;pH-regulated;Temperature effect;Zwitterionic pore||Issue Date:||2014||Journal Volume:||48||Start page/Pages:||169-172||Source:||Electrochemistry Communications||Abstract:||
The influence of temperature on the electroosmotic flow of an aqueous salt solution containing multiple monovalent ionic species in a pH-regulated, zwitterionic cylindrical pore is modeled. The applicability of the model developed is verified by fitting it to the experimental data in the literature. The temperature, solution pH, and buffer concentration are examined for their influences on the electroosmotic mobility. Mobility-temperature-buffer concentration and mobility-temperature-pH regression relationships are recovered, providing information for devices design. ? 2014 Elsevier B.V.
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