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Chemical Sensing Chip Sniffs Out Cocaine in Minutes

News   May 08, 2018 | Original Story by Charlotte Hsu for the University at Buffalo.

 
Chemical Sensing Chip Sniffs Out Cocaine in Minutes

A scanning electron microscope image shows the surface of a new chemical sensing chip. The surface consists of gold nanoparticles (small bright dots) that have been deposited over silver nanoparticles (light grey regions) to form a hybrid gold-silver nanostructure. Credit: Nan Zhang.

 
 
 

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