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000217994 245__ $$aSpider silk thread as a fiber optic chemical sensor
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000217994 520__ $$aMonitoring the properties of light transmitted through a thread of spider silk enables detection of trace amounts of chemical compounds.
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000217994 700__ $$aTow, Kenny Hey
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000217994 700__ $$aVollrath, Fritz
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