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A. Flow during wet-out in strips with expansions of different widths For a strip containing an expansion, the width of the expansion can be used to vary the transport time of the fluid front through the strip. Figure S1 shows a series of images of transport of the fluid front in strips with different width expansions. The transport time of the fluid front in the strip of constant width is shortest. The transport time of the fluid front is greatest in the strip containing the expansion to a greater width. Thus, an expansion in the width of an inlet leg can be used to vary the transport time of reagent delivered relative to other inlet legs.

Figure S1. Transport of fluids during wet-out for strips with expansions of different widths. A constant width strip is also shown for comparison. The effect of an expansion of greater width is to slow the advancement of the fluid front through the strip relative to that in a strip with an expansion of smaller width.

B. Minimizing Transport Time in a Contraction This can be understood through a straightforward analysis of transport based on the Washburn equation, assuming a simple velocity function in the first constant width segment that is consistent with the Washburn equation, ( ) where

√ √

,

(S1) is the timescale over which the fluid column progression becomes . It is assumed . The distance traveled in this

is the initial velocity,

linear, and the expression is valid for section is described by,

1

√ [√ and Assuming ( √ along both segments of constant widths in √ ]. (S11) 2 . ( )( ). that minimizes (S9) C. (S7) √ ) . (S2) to the end of the first segment of constant width at Assuming that the fluid front travels a distance . (S3) (S4) Analogous equations to (S2) though (S5). and solving for the . widths and . Darcy’s Law Flow in Strips of Two Constant Width Segments For a strip composed of two constant width segments. and again which the behaviour becomes Washburn-like. The expression (S5) is valid for time is . The distance traveled in the second segment of constant width is. and (S10) . √ [√ and ( √ √ ]. with lengths equal heights ( . Assuming and . (S8) . A velocity function consistent with Washburn behaviour at is. √ ) . (S5) is the timescale over . the prime does not denote a derivative). describe flow of the fluid front in the second segment of constant width. the volume of the strip is and . (S6) Assuming that the fluid front travels a total distance time . the transport time is proportional to. and and the resistance of the strip is ). ( )( ).( ) √ [√ √ ]. and the relative (here. results in. ( ) √ [√ √ ]. From equation (4). can be rewritten Note that the expression is symmetric in as. ( ) where √ √ √ √ ( ) .

This condition corresponds to a local . longer transport times can ). be obtained by increasing the ratio in the widths of the segments (again assuming the same 3 . Thus. results in maximum.Taking the derivative with respect to . indicating that for any fixed non-equal width values. in the limit of . the greatest transport time can be obtained for equal length segments (and assuming the same For or . or ). ( Setting ( ) ). results in. . (S12) . . and simplifying.

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