Explosives Trace Detection Devices At Chicago's O'Hare Airport - Stock Image

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CHICAGO - JANUARY 8: An airport security screener awaits results from an Explosives Trace Detection (ETD) device as a young traveler, bottom right, looks on January 8, 2003 in Terminal 3 at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. ETDs work by collecting samples and detecting vapors and residues of explosives. The human operators collect samples by using swabs to rub different areas of the bags. Swabs are then dropped into chemical analyzers that separate and identify any threat explosives present in less than 10 seconds. ETDs are characterized by small weight and size, and relatively low cost (about $40,000 each). (Photo by Tim Boyle)

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