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Themed collection Optofluidics-2013

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Tutorial Review

Multiphase optofluidics on an electro-microfluidic platform powered by electrowetting and dielectrophoresis

Optofluidics on an electro-microfluidic platform by exploiting materials in the four fundamental phases – solid, liquid, gas, and plasma-phases – is reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Multiphase optofluidics on an electro-microfluidic platform powered by electrowetting and dielectrophoresis
From the themed collection: Lab on a Chip: Recent Review Articles
Critical Review

Microfluidics for electronic paper-like displays

Displays are ubiquitous in modern life, and there is a growing need to develop active, full color, video-rate reflective displays that perform well in high-light conditions.

Graphical abstract: Microfluidics for electronic paper-like displays
From the themed collection: Lab on a Chip: Recent Review Articles
Critical Review

Recent advancements in optofluidics-based single-cell analysis: optical on-chip cellular manipulation, treatment, and property detection

Optofluidic techniques could evolve to perform a series of single-cell analysis processes, including manipulation, treatment, and property detection.

Graphical abstract: Recent advancements in optofluidics-based single-cell analysis: optical on-chip cellular manipulation, treatment, and property detection
From the themed collection: Lab on a Chip Recent HOT Articles
Critical Review

Microfluidic reactors for photocatalytic water purification

Recent studies utilize microfluidics to solve the fundamental problems of photocatalysis. Here the mechanisms and reactor designs are reviewed comprehensively.

Graphical abstract: Microfluidic reactors for photocatalytic water purification
From the themed collection: Lab on a Chip: Recent Review Articles
Open Access Paper

Droplet optofluidic imaging for λ-bacteriophage detection via co-culture with host cell Escherichia coli

A droplet optofluidic imaging system is, for the first time, demonstrated to detect bacteriophage in drinking water.

Graphical abstract: Droplet optofluidic imaging for λ-bacteriophage detection via co-culture with host cell Escherichia coli
From the themed collection: Optofluidics-2013
Paper

Optical trapping and binding of particles in an optofluidic stable Fabry–Pérot resonator with single-sided injection

Optofluidic stable Fabry–Pérot cavity for optical trapping & binding of particles suspended in a liquid environment.

Graphical abstract: Optical trapping and binding of particles in an optofluidic stable Fabry–Pérot resonator with single-sided injection
From the themed collection: Optofluidics-2013
Paper

Optofluidic router based on tunable liquid–liquid mirrors

We present a novel optofluidic device with on-chip light routing capabilities over a broad wavelength range.

Graphical abstract: Optofluidic router based on tunable liquid–liquid mirrors
From the themed collection: Optofluidics-2013
Paper

Syringe-pump-induced fluctuation in all-aqueous microfluidic system implications for flow rate accuracy

Fluctuations in flow rates induced by the driving syringe pump are visualized in a passive all-aqueous interface with an ultralow interfacial tension.

Graphical abstract: Syringe-pump-induced fluctuation in all-aqueous microfluidic system implications for flow rate accuracy
From the themed collection: Optofluidics-2013
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About this collection

Guest edited by Changhuei Yang (California Institute of Technology) and Liu Ai Qun (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), this collection of papers focuses on the topic of optofluidics.

The collection contains review articles and primary research papers, and covers topic including particle optical trapping, photocatalytic water purification, tunable liquid-liquid mirrors and more.

We hope you will enjoy reading this collection.

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