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This new miniature device is ideal for in-situ chemical monitoring. Partner with us to further develop and validate this technology for industrial and defence applications.
This is a super lightweight and small volume device for chemical detection and classification. It consists of a nanophotonic filter and a thermal sensor. It is ideal for in-situ industrial or environmental chemical monitoring.
Conventional sensors are limited to detection of only a small number of chemicals. They are hundreds of grams heavier, and customisation is expensive.
The device concept has been verified by numerical experiments on twelve selected liquids and gases. A prototype has been built.
- Eric Hoefgen
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First published on 27 March 2023.
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