CeNS develops sensor for heavy metal detection in water

A compact and portable solid-state sensor has been developed by the Centre for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences (CeNS) to detect the heavy metal ions in water. The solid-state sensor is a portable device which can help in onsite detection of heavy metal ions in water in remote areas. This compact solid-state sensor detects the presence of heavy metal ions such as lead, mercury and cadmium, which can pose severe potential threats to living beings.

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Lead, mercury and cadmium can easily be accumulated in the body and cannot be detoxified by any chemical or biological processes, and hence it poses severe potential threats to living beings.

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