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The second condition is dependent on tracer particle diameter, as the diffusion speed is proportional (Einstein-Stokes formula) to particle diameter. Fig. 19. The classical micro-PIV (A) and the idea of its modification as SeS-PIV (B) Assuming that the focused stream is narrower than the depth of focus of a microscope, the measurement becomes independent of optical parameters. Due to limiting the source of fluorescent light to well-defined thin surface, the signal to noise ratio is strongly improved – see Fig.
Advances in microfluidics by Ryan T Kelly