Sensor Technology Alert. Sensors Based on Nanotechnology to Detect Hazardous Chemicals; Printed and Flexible Sensor to Detect Advanced Explosive and Chemical Threats; Wireless Sensing Device to Detect Chemicals

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This issue profiles nanotechnology-based sensors to detect hazardous chemicals, a printed and flexible sensor to detect advanced explosive and chemical threats, and a wireless sensing device to detect chemicals.

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Sensor Technology Alert. Sensors Based on Nanotechnology to Detect Hazardous Chemicals; Printed and Flexible Sensor to Detect Advanced Explosive and Chemical Threats; Wireless Sensing Device to Detect ChemicalsIn This Issue1. SENSORS BASED ON NANOTECHNOLOGY TO DETECT HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS2. PRINTED AND FLEXIBLE SENSOR TO DETECT ADVANCED EXPLOSIVE AND CHEMICAL THREATS3. WIRELESS SENSING DEVICE TO DETECT CHEMICALS4. RECENT PATENTS IN THE FIELD OF CHEMICAL SENSORS




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