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14), resulting in scanning rates as high as 30 Hz . This method of detection, as developed by Landers and coworkers [25, 73], allows flexible, high-speed, selfaligning scanning for fluorescence detection in multi-channel microchip electrophoresis. The scanning unit of the AOD scanner is dictated by a transparent crystal that changes the direction of laser light based on the frequency of the acoustic wave propagating through it [21, 25, 73]. In brief, the laser light is refracted as it travels through the crystal and the degree of refraction is adjusted by changing the frequency of the acoustic wave generated within the crystal using a piezoelectric transducer.