A Highly Sensitive Pyroresistive All-Organic Infrared Bolometer
Scientific Highlights 07 September 2015 1971 hits
, can be used both as a direct-contact thermometer and as passive infrared sensor. These materials are capable of detecting, radiation of a wide-range of wavelengths very rapidly and reversibly, as well as recognizing distant objects with applications in robotics, biomedicine, and human health care.
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