A droplet microreactor is a reaction platform that ebles chemical reactions to be carried out inside a microdroplet with a volume on the order of a few microliters or less. The droplets are formed and suspended in an immiscible phase such as an oil. Mixing is achieved inside the droplet on the basis of chaotic advection, which is induced by either droplet motion or the channel shape.
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