Tiny device detects if water is safe to drink

Tiny device detects if water is safe to drink

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With many countries struggling for access to clean water, Lishtot’s TestDrop Pro could be the answer with portable detection. The tiny device, which resembles a keyring, helps test water it is drunk. In just a few seconds, a user can know if the device finds contaminants like lead, E. coli, and pesticides. Lishtot technology uses electric fields to determine what high-quality water looks like. Contaminants, including bacteria, organics, heavy metals, pesticides, and toxins create distortions that are intercepted by its sensors.

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