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A ring that reads text for the blind

A new device ring-like device developed by researchers in the United States and Singapore called the "FingerReader" reads printed text out loud with a synthesized voice, giving the visually impaired the ability to quickly access and read information around them. Sharon Reich reports. Credit to Reuters.

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Mail: buygblonline@gmail . c o m Website: www. buygblonline. o rg GBL is a thin liquid which is oily, has a weak odor, and is water soluble. It is actually a fairly common reagent in chemistry, and a common solvent. It can also be used as a stain remover, an aroma compound, a paint stripper, a superglue remover and as a solvent in some electrical capacitors, chiefly aluminum electrolytic capacitors. GBL goes by different names, including GBL, butyrolactone, 1.4-lactone, 4-butyrolactone, 4-hydroxybutyric acid lactone, and also gamma-hydroxybutyric acid lactone. Its CAS number is 96-48-0 and its RTECS number is LU3500000. It can be found in samples of wines that are unadulterated, and it believed that this is how it is produced naturally. It can be synthesized from gamma-hydroxybutyric acid by removal of any water, or even by distillation. It can also be synthesized through the oxidation of tetrahydrofuran.

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