Ok so if it is organoleptically detectable in ridiculously low
concentrations, then what about not using human noses, what about electronic
sniffer chips standardised, cheaply mass produced, and manditory by law,
like smoke detectors?
On Mon, 7 May 2001, Robert Coyote wrote:
> If traditional odiferants cause problems in fuel cells, don't use
> traditional odiferants
Easier said than done. The whole point of using methylmercaptane is that
it is organoleptically detectable in ridiculously low concentrations.
More to the point, it is the standard additive to natural gas. You can
hence assume it as a design constant.
> surely someone can come up with substitutes...
May be, but how will you get people to use them?
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