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Optofluidic Nanostructures for Concentration and Sensing

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We demonstrate the first active utilization of flow-through nanohole array sensors for achieving both the active electrohydrodynamic concentration and the subsequent sensing of electrically charged analyte using the same optofluidic nanostructure.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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