fast-impedance-spectroscopy-for-characterization-and-counting

Fast impedance spectroscopy for characterization and counting

Overview

Microfluidics benefits greatly from electrical impedance measurements when it comes to measurement speed and sensitivity. In this presentation, we will show how to build a microfluidic electrical impedance spectroscopy platform and include measurement results from an operating microfluidic system. A highly accurate and stable flow rate, critical for most microfluidic applications, is achieved using the LineUp series. The EZ drop can smoothly generate water-in-oil droplets with a wide range of sizes. On the detection part, thanks to the differential current measurement scheme, the HF2LI Lock-in Amplifier can resolve individual flow processes within a 5 µs timeframe, with clearly distinguishable peaks for droplets and microbeads in different sizes. Simultaneous multi-frequency measurements further unveil a full picture of their dielectric properties.

What you will learn

  • Discover a complete solution for electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) measurements, allowing for characterization and counting of cells or particles
  • Get an overview of the basics of EIS
  • Examples of typical measurements obtained with our EIS platform

Who should attend

  • You are a researcher or a scientists and need to count and characterize cells or micrometer particles
  • You need a label free and affordable alternative to FACS (Fluorescent Activated Cell Sorting)
  • You want to understand the EIS principles

 

The webinar will be aired on Thursday, October, 29th at:

  • 5PM Central European Summer Time
  • 11AM Eastern Time
  • 8AM  Pacific Time

Conference animated by :

Bruno Charlety

Bruno Charlety

Application engineer,

Fluigent

Intervenant Webikeo

Meng Li

application scientist,

Zurich Instruments AG

Thursday, October 29th 2020

from 5:00PM to 6:00PM

(CET)

35 subscribers | 60 mins

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