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June 26th, 2003
Tin oxide nanowires sense a change
Researchers from UCSB have made a tin oxide nanowire sensor that can detect gases such as carbon monoxide and oxygen. Sensing devices could ultimately use arrays of thousands of the nanowires, each tailored to react to a specific gas.
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