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Opt Lett. 1991 Oct 1;16(19):1463-5.

Pattern formation and flow control of fine particles by laser-scanning micromanipulation.


A novel micromanipulation technique is proposed for aligning fine particles on micrometer-scale spatial patterns and for moving the particles continuously along the formed patterns. This technique is based on the repetitive scanning of a focused trapping laser beam. The velocity of the particle flow can be controlled by scan speed and laser power. The origin of the driving force is considered theoretically and experimentally.


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