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Gas detection is an important field of medical gas sensing from exhalation, bio-markers of disease can be detected without any medical intervention. In case of environmental sensing in landfills, detection of greenhouse effect gases, exhaust fumes from cars, monitoring of industrial processes, the gases concentration should be monitored continuously in real time with 1 ppm precision or better.

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