UNF physics lecturer receives U.S. Patent

UNF physics lecturer receives U.S. Patent

Nirmalkumar Patel, a University of North Florida physics associate lecturer, received a U.S. Patent for his sensor invention that detects toxic vapors and odors in hazardous gases, industrial toxic gases and other chemical agents.
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