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39 Hydrodynamic Focusing in Microfluidic Devices For example, Figure 12 shows dependence of the position of focused stream in the outlet channel on the ratios of side flow rates for the system of channels with cross sections 1020 × 800μm and 260 x 200μm (Domagalski, 2011). Fig. 11. The basic geometric parameters characterizing the shape and position of stream in a microchannel z=130; channel wall z=510; channel wall approximation approximation Channel cross section: 1020×800 μm (left-hand side diagram), 260×200 μm (right-side diagram) Fig.

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