Graphene-coated fabric detects noxious gas
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We’ve seen a few examples of wearable materials that indicate the presence of hazardous substances, like these color-changing gloves. Now, a team of researchers at Konkuk University in South Korea have created an extremely sensitive fabric that detects noxious gases.
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