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    Two-Phase Microfluidics Lab Module
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    Ion Transport in Pseudo-Porous Structures
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    Gas-Liquid Microfluidics
    Fig 1: Droplet collision illustrating enhanced mixing visualized by using fluorescence (left frame is the actual fluorescence signal and the right side is pseudo-color). This video has been slowed down 600x.
    Fig 2: Nanoliter size water droplets formation and transport in an air flow focusing geometry. Water is injected through the center microchannel at the left while simultaneously flowing air through the two angled microchannels. The main microchannel to the right has a width of 200 µm and a depth (into the screen) of 40 µm. The video has been slowed down 8X.
    Numerical Simulations
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    Droplets
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    Fig 3: A sliding Pyrromethene droplet depicting a contact angle hysteresis between its left and right sides.
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    Superhydrophobic Surfaces
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    Fig 2: Cassie-Baxter state on a superhydrophobic surface.
    Fig 3: Wenzel state on a superhydrophobic surface.
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