Impedimetric Sensor for Detection of ?9 -Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

Although cannabis was legalized in Canada for recreational use in October 2018, there remains no effective method to determine roadside cannabis impairment. The state of the art device for detecting cannabis use roadside is saliva-based which has several flaws, including the fact that THC remains in saliva up to 72 hours after intake. In this […]

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