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[[Image:Biosensors Microspectrometer Tom Cerniglio Attribution.jpg|thumb|right| Infrared microspectrometer developed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory - used for blood chemistry analysis,gasoline octane analysis, environmental monitoring, industrial process control, aircraft corrosion monitoring, and detection of chemical warfare agents - Photo by Tom Cerniglio ]]
 
[[Image:Biosensors Microspectrometer Tom Cerniglio Attribution.jpg|thumb|right| Infrared microspectrometer developed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory - used for blood chemistry analysis,gasoline octane analysis, environmental monitoring, industrial process control, aircraft corrosion monitoring, and detection of chemical warfare agents - Photo by Tom Cerniglio ]]
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Infrared microspectrometer developed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory - used for blood chemistry analysis,gasoline octane analysis, environmental monitoring, industrial process control, aircraft corrosion monitoring, and detection of chemical warfare agents - Photo by Tom Cerniglio
Infrared microspectrometer developed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory - used for blood chemistry analysis,gasoline octane analysis, environmental monitoring, industrial process control, aircraft corrosion monitoring, and detection of chemical warfare agents - Photo by Tom Cerniglio

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