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Microplastic pollution is possibly one of the greatest environmental problems facing our lives. Current state-of-the-art systems for measurement and analysis of microplastics are bulky, mainly non-portable and expensive. In search of reliable, low-cost and disposable devices for the detection of microplastic particles in beverage samples, I aim to design and fabricate a compact system based on a multimodal optofluidic chip combining different optical measurement techniques such as diffusedoi:10.5281/zenodo.4777161 fatcat:l5c3tuz36fg5pg5qt5nwldfxvy