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Light-Driven Droplet Manipulation Technologies for Lab-on-a-Chip Applications
Advances in OptoElectronics
Droplet-based (digital) microfluidics has been demonstrated in many lab-on-a-chip applications due to its free cross-contamination and no dispersion nature. Droplet manipulation mechanisms are versatile, and each has unique advantages and limitations. Recently, the idea of manipulating droplets with light beams either through optical forces or light-induced physical mechanisms has attracted some interests, since light can achieve 3D addressing, carry high energy density for high speeddoi:10.1155/2011/909174 fatcat:bj4f4rvipzfpvoxwryvojhyp2i