Free flow electrophoresis
In Free Flow Electrophoresis (see also: literature/202301192057 Free Flow Electrophoresis), an electric field is applied perpendicular to a hydrodynamically pumped liquid system which consists of a sample fed into a carrier electrolyte. Particles are deflected in the flow depending on the drag velocity and the electrophoretic mobility. This leads to a bidimentional separation with subsequent fractionation at the outlets.
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