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Student creates device to capture scents

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Peter Bailey

Freelance Wordpress Developer in London (peabay.xyz) @peabay
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Amy Radcliffe of the University of the Arts has created a device which captures scents. The neat machine is made up of two chambers separated by a resin. Once the selected scent is inside the first chamber air is pumped into it, forcing the scent into the resin. This resign can then be submitted for analysis to determine it’s chemical makeup, allowing an approximation of the scent to be made into the form of a perfume.

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Posted 24th Apr 2013
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