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A Deep-sea Chemical Sniffing Bloodhound

Mass spectrometers are often big and delicate instruments that require their own environmentally controlled rooms. WHOI engineer Rich Camilli developed one that scientists can bring into the depths to sensitively detect and measure tiny amounts of chemicals.  (Matt Valano)

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