Georgia Tech Develops Wireless Sensor to Help Detect Trace Explosives

November 2011
TR2: Terror Response Technology Report;11/9/2011, Vol. 7 Issue 23, p8
Trade Publication
The article offers information on a prototype wireless sensor developed by researchers at Georgia Tech that can detect trace amounts of ammonia, a key ingredient of several explosives.


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