Microfluidics: Theory and Applications (Physics Research and by Ivan A. Kuznetsov

By Ivan A. Kuznetsov

Microfluidics bargains with the behaviour, particular regulate and manipulation of fluids which are geometrically restricted to a small, often sub-millimetre, scale. This publication provides topical information on microfluidics.

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34 Ya Cheng, Koji Sugioka, Katsumi Midorikawa et al. Figure 25. The spectrum of the dual-wavelength microfluidic laser. The peaks centered at 532, 568, and 618 nm correspond to scattered light from the pump laser, the Rh6G dye laser, and the rhodamine 640 dye laser, respectively. 2. Optofluidic Integration In fact, the above-mentioned microfluidic dye laser is just one example of the general concept of optofluidic integration [54,55]. 3 [38,39]. Additionally, optical waveguides and other microoptics such as microlenses and microfluidics can be easily integrated in a single glass chip by a single ultrafast laser system for manufacturing microchips for biochemical analysis and medical inspection.

26 Ya Cheng, Koji Sugioka, Katsumi Midorikawa et al. Figure 17. Optical microscope image and characterization of 3D integration of two waveguides with a micromirror and an optical plano-convex microlens in a single glass chip. Solid gray lines indicate the invisible waveguides in the glass. 4. Microelectronics Fabrication of microelectronic components by femtosecond laser direct writing is certainly desirable for developing monolithic and compact LOC systems [40−45]. , Foturan and microscope slide glass) has been achieved by direct femtosecond laser ablation followed by electroless copper plating, but this technique cannot be applied to other glass materials such as fused silica [40].

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