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A chemical sensor is a self-contained analytical device that may offer information on the chemical composition of its surroundings, which can be liquid or gaseous.
Sensors are manufactured in India by a number of domestic and foreign companies. Chemical sensors are utilised in a wide range of applications, including medical, automotive, nanotechnology, and home security.
Sensor technology is rapidly growing in all aspects of our life, taking physical measurements and transforming them into digital form, and sharing data via the Internet of Things with other linked devices and management systems.
The India Chemical Sensor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, have created a novel molecule that could be used to produce sensors for detecting picric acid, a common explosive component. The same material may be used to identify cyanide and fluoride ions, even when they are disguised by unique colour changes in a mixture of other anions. The novel chemo sensor has the extra benefit of simultaneous and independent ‘naked-eye’ detection of picric acid, cyanide, and fluoride ions.
Indian researchers have developed a thermally stable and cost-effective electronic polymer-based sensor for detecting nitro-aromatic compounds used in high-energy explosives quickly. Criminal investigations, minefield remediation, military applications, munitions cleanup sites, security applications, and chemical sensors all play important roles in detecting explosives without having to destroy them.
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