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Single molecule experiments with nano capillaries and optical tweezers: the role of electrokinetic flows

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Recent advances in single molecule manipulation using nano capillaries and optical tweezers have made it possible to apply and measure pico Newton level forces on molecules with exquisite precision. The interpretation of the experimental data is however not always straightforward. Some recent experiments performed in the Keyser lab at the Cavendish is analyzed and it is shown that the physics of electrokinetic flows provide a rational basis for the understanding and interpretation of the data.

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