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Could Chemical Signals Replace Radio in Extreme Environments?

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The first message transmitted using an airborne alcohol spray was "10101100111000101011110110," decoded as "O CANADA" using the researchers' binary coding scheme, which was the International Telegraph Alphabet No.

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