“Artificial nose” can sniff out solvent gases

Written on:October 14, 2013
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Rice University scientists took a lesson from craftsmen of old to assemble microscopic compounds that warn of the presence of dangerous fumes from solvents. The researchers combined a common mineral, zeolite, with a metallic compound based on rhenium to make an “artificial nose” that can sniff out solvent gases…

Source: Medical Devices


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