UCF: New Laser Technique May Help Detect Chemical Warfare in Atmosphere

UCF: New Laser Technique May Help Detect Chemical Warfare in Atmosphere

The Department of Homeland Security could benefit from a reliable, real-time instrument that could scan the atmosphere for toxic agents in order to alert communities to a biological or chemical attack. UCF optics and photonics Professor Konstantin Vodopyanov is developing just such a technology to accomplish that.

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