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      Variable-focus liquid lens for miniature cameras

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      Applied Physics Letters

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          Variable focal lens controlled by an external voltage: An application of electrowetting

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            Tunable liquid microlens

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              Fluid control in multichannel structures by electrocapillary pressure.

              We demonstrate control of fluid motion in three-dimensional structures with thousands of microchannels. Fluids are manipulated via an electrocapillary pressure, originating from electrostatic control of the solid/fluid interfacial tension in the microchannels. Reversible fluid displacement has been achieved for all channel orientations with respect to gravity. The velocities of several centimeters per second are nearly two orders of magnitude higher than the velocities demonstrated by other electrofluidic actuation principles.
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                Journal
                Applied Physics Letters
                Appl. Phys. Lett.
                AIP Publishing
                0003-6951
                1077-3118
                August 16 2004
                August 16 2004
                : 85
                : 7
                : 1128-1130
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                10.1063/1.1779954
                © 2004
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