We describe the development of devices that utilize the dynamics of laminar microflows for time-resolved emission measurements with steady-state excitation and detection used solely in DC modes of operation. Our current setup allows for measurements of emission lifetimes as short as tens of microseconds. We demonstrated the function of the devices on determining the lifetimes of chelates of lanthanide (III) ions.

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