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Issue: September 2007, page: 12
Graphene device detects single molecule of a toxic gas
Researchers at the University of Manchester, UK, have used graphenematerial to create sensors that can detect just a singlemolecule of a toxic gas. The devices could eventually be used to detect hidden explosives at airports and deadly carbonmonoxide in homes.