Detect Airborne Chemicals in 10 Seconds

A Raman laser shines on a special chip, which traps gas molecules
A Raman laser shines on a special chip, which traps gas molecules
Nanyang Technological University

Ordinarily, if it’s suspected that toxic airborne chemicals may be present in a given area, the analysis process can take up to several days. Now, however, scientists have developed a device that they claim can analyze the air on-location – but from a safe distance – within 10 seconds. read more