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Microfluidic systems allow fast and parallel analyses of fluid samples consuming microscopic quantities of the analytes. While varieties of information acquisition techniques from microchannels are practiced, novel methods for extracting information regarding the nature of the fluid analyte are sought after. Here, for the first time, we record the liquid Seebeck voltages established along the liquid-filled channels with predetermined temperature gradients, and correlate the results to thedoi:10.5162/imcs2018/es2.1 fatcat:pfy3du6xdjbuzhxdngc4fmdj6e