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Smoke detectors use radiation to detect smoke [Inventions]
posted March 24 2013 21:32.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Bill Hammack, the engineering guy tears down a smoke detectors and explains how it uses a radioactive material to detect smoke! An amazing piece of engineering.

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