Integrated photonics multi-waveguide devices for optical trapping and Raman spectroscopy: design, fabrication and performance demonstration

Gyllion B. Loozen, Arnica Karuna, Mohammad M. R. Fanood, Erik Schreuder and Jacob Caro

Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2020, 11, 829–842. doi:10.3762/bjnano.11.68

Supporting Information

In the supporting information files we present videos that demonstrate the delivery of beads by the laser tweezers to the 2-waveguide trap and the 16-waveguide trap and optical trapping of the beads by these chip traps.

Supporting Information File 1: Delivery by the laser tweezers of a 3 μm polystyrene bead to the 16-waveguide device.
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Supporting Information File 2: Stable trapping of a 3 μm polystyrene bead in different local traps of the 2-waveguide device.
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Supporting Information File 3: Simultaneous trapping of two 1 μm polystyrene beads in different local traps of the 16-waveguide device.
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Supporting Information File 4: Hopping of a 3 μm polystyrene bead between local traps in the 2-waveguide device.
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