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These digital systems most often utilize two immiscible phases with the continuous phase being a hydrophobic fluid, such as mineral oil or air, and the disperse phase being an aqueous solution, as is characteristic of biological samples. Droplets help suppress unwanted Taylor dispersion and evaporative effects, and have been used for many applications, including sample transport, mixing, and particle synthesis . Electrowetting is a technique in which electric potentials are used to alter the local surface wettability of a substrate at opposing ends of a droplet, thereby inducing a pressure gradient within the liquid and subsequent droplet motion.
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