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Paper-based Sensor Is "Litmus Test" for Carbon Dioxide

News   Jun 03, 2020 | Original story from the University of Alberta.

 
Paper-based Sensor Is "Litmus Test" for Carbon Dioxide

This paper-based sensor turns orange as it is exposed to carbon dioxide. Image courtesy of Al Meldrum. Credit: Al Meldrum.

 
 
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