Abstract

Two-photon absorption fluorescence is employed within a microfluidic device to create a three-dimensional chemical concentration map for mixing uniformity characterization. This multiphoton technique images fluorescence intensity directly and provides a simple, rapid, and readily employed route to composition characterization within microfluidic systems.

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