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The asymmetrical curve in Figure 6b causes the driving force, which moves the particle in the direction of the scanning laser beam. Actually, the particles in the pattern experience such the force repetitively and the particles flow in one direction due to the continuous driving force. The flow velocity of the particle is determined by the driving force, frictional forces between particles and the sample cell, and viscous resistance by the surrounding medium. In order to control the movement of particles, the most important factor governing the magnitude of the driving force for the particle flow 44 Í.
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Furthermore, this technique has been applied to the assembling of polymer particles where the two scanning laser beams are used for constructing an integrated latex structure like hands . These applications of the scanning laser micromanipulation are expected to play a major role for the advances in physical and chemical studies of fine particles, microoptical and microelectronic devices, and micromachines. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors express their sincere thanks to Prof. H. Masuhara and Dr.