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A Temperature-Sensitive RFID Tag for the Identification of Cold Chain Failures

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submitted on 27.04.2020 and posted on 29.04.2020 by Federico Maria Vivaldi, Bernardo Melai, Andrea Bonini, Noemi Violeta Poma Sajama, Pietro Salvo, Arno Kirchhain, Simone Tintori, Adriano Bigongiari, Fabrizio Bertuccelli, Gabriele Isola, Fabio Di Francesco
Quality and safety of the cold chain undergo strict international regulations that identify storage and shipping temperatures. In fact, the improper handling and transportation of temperature-sensitive products such as food and pharmaceuticals may have harmful effects on human health and negative economic impact. A passive RFID tag modified with copper-droped ionic liquid melting point, which can be tuned by changing the concentration of dopant.

Funding

eQuality4logistics (POR FESR Toscana 2014-2020)

PRA_2018_26

History

Email Address of Submitting Author

federicomaria.vivaldi@phd.unipi.it

Institution

University of Pisa

Country

Italy

ORCID For Submitting Author

0000-0003-1304-9893

Declaration of Conflict of Interest

no conflict of interest

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