Acoustic Micro/Nano Manipulations: An Editorial Review



With the development of fields such as biomedicine, micro/nano fabrication, nanoscience and nanotechnology, material engineering, renewable energy, etc., more and more actuation functions for micro/nano objects are being required [1, 2]. They include trapping (or capture), orientation, transfer, release, sorting, revolution, spin, removal, concentration, assembly, etc. These actuation tasks are also called micro/nano manipulations. However, most of the above listed manipulations cannot be effectively and efficiently realized by the conventional actuation technology, owing to their limited driving forms and operating principles [2].

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