Abstract

Interactions between optical and hydrodynamic forces enable selective particle trapping and control inside a planar optofluidic chip. The unique flow-dependent nature of the traps allows for active particle sorting with extensions to immiscible microfluidic systems.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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