MIT detector uses nanotubes to sense deadly gases

Thursday, June 5, 2008 - 14:21 in Physics & Chemistry

Using carbon nanotubes, MIT chemical engineers have built the most sensitive electronic detector yet for sensing deadly gases, a low-cost, low-energy portable device that could be carried in a pocket and used to monitor hazardous chemicals.

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