Will there be a consumer device to detect and measure microplastics under <$300 by the end of 2025?
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This market resolves to yes if there is a device that measures the concentration of microplastics in water, food items, human blood, or other every day things for $300 or under, on a popular retailer like Amazon by Jan 1 2026

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Does a device that can't tell apart microplastics from other microparticulates, yet still measures these, qualify? Or otherwise borderline fraudlent advertisments.

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