Laser-printed early warning sensors: quantum detection of chemical and biological agents


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The LiGAlert project aims to develop a flexible, cost-effective electrochemical sensor based on voltammetry analysis to detect explosive and chemical warfare substances. The rise of the Internet and globalization has made it easier for individuals to access information on weapons production. The new sensor will be designed to detect specific groups of substances including primary and secondary explosives, solid propellants, and chemical warfare agents, and will have the potential to improve the effectiveness of crisis management in preventing terrorist attacks.

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