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Some information on FluidFM probe characteristics are given in the PhD dissertation of P. Dörig, titled Manipulating cells and colloids with FluidFM (2013). The section attached below contains the following information:
The probe geometry.
Mechanical properties of the probe.
Fluidic properties of the probe and its opening.
Simulations to back up the theory.
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