Optofluidics is the use of light to control the flow of fluids, particularly at the micrometre scale. A notable application of this technology is in so-called lab-on-a-chip devices: miniature systems for analysing and sorting particles and cells. Optofluidics also uses liquids to guide the flow of light.
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