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Kenneth E Goodson, Chuan Hua Chen, David E Huber, Linan Jiang, Thomas W Kenny, Jae Mo Koo, Daniel J Laser, James C Mikkelsen, Juan G Santiago, Evelyn Ning Yi Wang, Shulin Zeng, Lian Zhang: Electroosmotic microchannel cooling system. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, September 13, 2005: US06942018 (101 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods according to the present invention preferably utilize electroosmotic pumps that are capable of generating high pressure and flow without moving mechanical parts and the associated generation of unacceptable electrical and acoustic noise, as well as the associated reduction in r ...


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Kenneth E Goodson, Chuan Hua Chen, David E Huber, Linan Jiang, Thomas W Kenny, Jae Mo Koo, Daniel J Laser, James C Mikkelsen, Juan G Santiago, Evelyn Ning Yi Wang, Shulin Zeng, Lian Zhang: Closed-loop microchannel cooling system. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, February 26, 2008: US07334630 (50 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods according to the present invention utilize micropumps that are capable of generating high pressure and flow without moving mechanical parts and the associated generation of unacceptable electrical and acoustic noise, as well as the associated reduction in reliability. These mic ...


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Kenneth E Goodson, Chuan Hua Chen, David E Huber, Linan Jiang, Thomas W Kenny, Jae Mo Koo, Daniel J Laser, James C Mikkelsen, Juan G Santiago, Evelyn Ning Yi Wang, Shulin Zeng, Lian Zhang: Electroosmotic microchannel cooling system. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, January 31, 2006: US06991024 (29 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods according to the present invention preferably utilize electroosmotic pumps that are capable of generating high pressure and flow without moving mechanical parts and the associated generation of unacceptable electrical and acoustic noise, as well as the associated reduction in r ...


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Kenneth E Goodson, Chuan Hua Chen, David E Huber, Linan Jiang, Thomas W Kenny, Jae Mo Koo, Daniel J Laser, James C Mikkelsen, Juan G Santiago, Evelyn Ning Yi Wang, Shulin Zeng, Lian Zhang: Electroosmotic microchannel cooling system. Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, March 6, 2007: US07185697 (29 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods according to the present invention preferably utilize electroosmotic pumps that are capable of generating high pressure and flow without moving mechanical parts and the associated generation of unacceptable electrical and acoustic noise, as well as the associated reduction in r ...


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Kenneth E Goodson, Chuan Hua Chen, David E Huber, Linan Jiang, Thomas W Kenny, Jae Mo Koo, Daniel J Laser, James C Mikkelsen, Juan G Santiago, Evelyn Ning Yi Wang, Shulin Zeng, Lian Zhang: Electroosmotic microchannel cooling system. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior Universty, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, November 7, 2006: US07131486 (28 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods according to the present invention preferably utilize electroosmotic pumps that are capable of generating high pressure and flow without moving mechanical parts and the associated generation of unacceptable electrical and acoustic noise, as well as the associated reduction in r ...


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Kenneth E Goodson, Thomas W Kenny, Juan G Santiago, Daniel J Laser, Chuan Hua Chen: Electroosmotic micropump with planar features. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, January 8, 2008: US07316543 (12 worldwide citation)

An electroosmotic micropump having a plurality of thin, closely-spaced, approximately planar, transversel aligned partitions formed in or on a substrate, among which electroosmotic flow (EOF) is generated. Electrodes are located within enclosed inlet and outlet manifolds on either side of the partit ...


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Kenneth E Goodson, Chuan Hua Chen, David E Huber, Linan Jiang, Thomas W Kenny, Jae Mo Koo, Daniel J Laser, James C Mikkelsen, Juan G Santiago, Evelyn Ning Yi Wang, Shulin Zeng, Lian Zhang: Electroosmotic microchannel cooling system. Pillsbury Winthrop, April 3, 2003: US20030062149-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods according to the present invention preferably utilize electroosmotic pumps that are capable of generating high pressure and flow without moving mechanical parts and the associated generation of unacceptable electrical and acoustic noise, as well as the associated reduction in r ...


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Kenneth E Goodson, Thomas W Kenny, Juan G Santiago, Daniel J Laser, Chuan Hua Chen: Electroosmotic micropump with planar features. Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, December 2, 2004: US20040241004-A1

An electroosmotic micropump having a plurality of planar features formed in a substrate to form an electroosmotic flow (EOF) pumping region. Inlet and outlet manifolds on either side of the pumping region to enable fluid to be pumped into and through the micropump. A cover is bonded to the substrate ...


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Kenneth E Goodson, Chuan Hua Chen, David E Huber, Linan Jiang, Thomas W Kenny, Jae Mo Koo, Daniel J Laser, James C Mikkelsen, Juan G Santiago, Evely Ning Yi Wang, Shulin Zeng, Lian Zhang: Electroosmotic microchannel cooling system. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, John J Timar, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, May 13, 2004: US20040089442-A1

Apparatus and methods according to the present invention preferably utilize electroosmotic pumps that are capable of generating high pressure and flow without moving mechanical parts and the associated generation of unacceptable electrical and acoustic noise, as well as the associated reduction in r ...


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Kenneth E Goodson, Chuan Hua Chen, David E Huber, Linan Jiang, Thomas W Kenny, Jae Mo Koo, Daniel J Laser, James C Mikkelsen, Juan G Santiago, Evelyn Ning Yi Wang, Shulin Zeng, Lian Zhang: Electroosmotic microchannel cooling system. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, John J Timar, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, September 4, 2003: US20030164231-A1

Apparatus and methods according to the present invention preferably utilize electroosmotic pumps that are capable of generating high pressure and flow without moving mechanical parts and the associated generation of unacceptable electrical and acoustic noise, as well as the associated reduction in r ...



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