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Exhaled breath sensor for diagnosis of diabetes using Platinum-loaded SnO2 nanofibers

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Published on Jun 11, 2013

Advanced Nanomaterials and Energy Laboratory (http://advnano.kaist.ac.kr), KAIST

Professor Il-Doo Kim of Materials Science & Engineering, KAIST, developed an exhaled breath sensor that is composed of highly porous tin dioxide (SnO2) nanofibers with a unique nanostructure functionalized by catalytic platinum (Pt) particles. This unique structure reacts to acetone gas, which is known as a biomarker of diabetes, for the fast diagnosis of the disease within 10 seconds.

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