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(New page: Entry by Yuhang Jin, AP225 Fall 2011 == Reference == Todd Thorsen, Richard W. Roberts, Frances H. Arnold, and Stephen R. Quake, ''Phys. Rev. Lett.'', 2001, '''86''', 4163.)
 
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Todd Thorsen, Richard W. Roberts, Frances H. Arnold, and Stephen R. Quake, ''Phys. Rev. Lett.'', 2001, '''86''', 4163.
 
Todd Thorsen, Richard W. Roberts, Frances H. Arnold, and Stephen R. Quake, ''Phys. Rev. Lett.'', 2001, '''86''', 4163.
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== Introduction ==
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This Letter presents a simple microfluidic device designed to generate ordered patterns. Viscous forces, especially those on the interface between two phases of flow, lead to the production of motifs from droplets to helices etc. The physics far from equilibrium is responsible for the mechanism of this pattern formation.

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Entry by Yuhang Jin, AP225 Fall 2011

Reference

Todd Thorsen, Richard W. Roberts, Frances H. Arnold, and Stephen R. Quake, Phys. Rev. Lett., 2001, 86, 4163.

Introduction

This Letter presents a simple microfluidic device designed to generate ordered patterns. Viscous forces, especially those on the interface between two phases of flow, lead to the production of motifs from droplets to helices etc. The physics far from equilibrium is responsible for the mechanism of this pattern formation.