Droplet microfluidics

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Entry by Meredith Duffy

Definition

Droplet microfluidics is a branch of microfluidics that uses a two-phase liquid system (i.e. oil and water, generally speaking) to distribute or sequester materials of interest into a multitude of immiscible droplets.

References

  1. Janus Microgels Produced from Functional Precursor Polymers