Evaluation of the Bio-VOC – A Low-Cost, Simple Device for Biological Monitoring of VOCs in Breath
30 Jul 2014

An easy-to-use device for sampling of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in breath is described, and its successful use shown for a range of applications.

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