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While an Radio-frequency identification (RFID) capability informs users about the existence and concentrations of those vapors wirelessly, the technology sees an arragy of sensors making use of carbon nanotubes and other nanomaterials to detect particular chemicals.
The prototype device, which could be made through the use of aerosol-jet printing techniques, is 10 centimeters square.
GTRI senior research scientist
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