A nanoparticle–enzyme sensor that puts out an olfactory signal – a rose-scented compound – allows humans to smell water contaminated by bacteria. The sensor could be used in environments where there’s no access to sophisticated lab equipment and can return a result in just 15 minutes.
— Read more at Sweet scent of roses allows unsafe water to be sniffed out at Chemistry World.
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