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Microfluidics is a science and technology field that deals with manipulating small volumes of fluids at the microscale level. It has diverse applications in areas such as biomedical and chemical analysis, environmental monitoring, and food processing. Microfluidic devices offer advantages such as faster and more efficient analysis using small amounts of samples and reagents, and they can also be used for the production of emulsions, droplets, and particles with specific properties. Microfluidics is being increasingly utilized in the development of point-of-care diagnostic tools for medical conditions. Overall, the field of microfluidics has the potential to revolutionize various areas of science and industry

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