​NTU scientists develop new device to identify airborne chemicals

Published on : 17-Oct-2019

Researchers have come up with an almost instant way of detecting chemicals in the air in the event of a toxic waste spill or gas leak. Conventionally, analysing gases could take up to a week, but that is no longer the case with this new method using a metallic nanometal chip developed by Assoc Prof Ling Xing Yi from School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
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