Towards the Photonic Nose: A Novel Platform for Molecule and Bacteria Identification

Abstract“Smelling” chemicals and bacteria by using structural color: the photonic nose is a novel platform for the identification of volatile chemicals based on color changes of porous Bragg stack arrays with potential for applications in chemical sensing and bacteria identification. Click here for the PDF.

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