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The effect of diffusion depends strongly on the particle size of tracers used in measurements. 2 10-13 m2/s. In this case the path of diffusion is of the order of several micrometers along the whole length of a typical microchannel. Since the width of focused stream is much bigger, the effect of diffusion on the accuracy of measurements is negligible. However, in the literature there are examples of researches carried out with the use of quantum dots of size 20 nm, which much enhance the process of diffusion and do not allow us to abandon its effect on the shape of focused stream.