Two-dimensional flow of driven particles: a microfluidic pathway to the non-equilibrium frontier
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- Two-dimensional flow of driven particles: a microfluidic pathway to the non-equilibrium frontier
- Beatus, Tsevi; Shani, Itamar; Bar-Ziv, Roy H.; Tlusty, Tsvi
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- ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
- CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS, v.46, no.18, pp.5620 - 5646
- We discuss the basic physics of the flow of micron-scale droplets in 2D geometry. Our focus is on the use of droplet ensembles to look into fundamental questions of non-equilibrium systems, such as the emergence of dynamic patterns and irreversibility. We review recent research in these directions, which demonstrate that 2D microfluidics is uniquely set to study complex out-of-equilibrium phenomena thanks to the simplicity of the underlying Stokes flow and the accessibility of lab-on-chip technology.
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