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Public Lab Research note

Hydrogen sulfide detection for fart detector

by warren | September 06, 2011 19:24 06 Sep 19:24 | #453 | #453

This amazing documentation of a fart detector uses a hydrogen sulfide sensor similar to what we're attempting to use in (natural) gas patch communities to detect harmful air contamination:


The two young gentlemen from Cornell (Robert Clain and Miguel Salas) who assembled the project helpfully cite toxicological effects of H2S:


They also provide source code for their detection system.


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