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Whats in Your Bottle, Dear Guest?
15.05.2008 20:58
Whats in Your Bottle, Dear Guest?

Russian scientists came out with a device, which tells what is inside a bottle without opening it. The development, called LQtest, distinguishes benzene, flame liquids, acetone, nitroglycerine, various spirits and esters from water, alcohol drinks and dairy products.
      Similar foreign units cost tens of thousands dollars and weigh a lot, and unique LQtest is portable and costs about 35 thousand rubles (about $1600). Another worth mentioning feature of the device is its ability to recognize potentially dangerous liquids in small vials about 50 ml.
      LQtest is currently tested in several Russian airports. In case of success the device will allow passengers to take peaceful liquids aboard.
      Source: Science News


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