Cylindrical coordinates of a magnetic particle with respect to a circular ferromagnetic wire in a uniform external magnetic flux.
Direction of the magnetic force around a circular ferromagnetic wire within a uniform external magnetic flux.
Schematic of the magnetophoretic microseparator having one inlet and three outlets using the diamagnetic capture mode: (a) perspective view; (b) cross-section view.
Simulated distribution of the magnetic flux around a ferromagnetic wire in a uniform external magnetic flux.
Comparison between the calculated and simulated -direction magnetic force on a red blood cell for varying distance from the wire at: (a) ; (b) in Fig. 2.
Fabricated magnetophoretic microseparator: (a) top view; (b) enlarged separation point of the three outlet channels.
Instrument setup for the magnetophoretic microseparator with a permanent magnet to create an external magnetic flux of .
Comparison between the measured and simulated velocities of red blood cells forced by the magnetic flux gradient for varying distance from the wire.
Distribution of red blood cells diluted to a ratio of 20:1 in the microchannel at: (a) ; (b) ; (c) .
Distribution of highly concentrated red blood cells in the microchannel at: (a) ; (b) .
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