The University of Florida is seeking companies interested in commercializing an innovative personal air sampler that can analyze and classify gases and aerosols simultaneously. The accurate detection of these substances is important in biomedical pharmaceutical military energy mining construction environmental nuclear and other industries. However when certain gases and aerosols exist in the same air space they interfere with one another during measurement and analysis results are skewed. The new sampling system developed by University of Florida researchers solves that problem by separating and collecting gases and aerosols without interference using an innovative three-chamber system. Application: A three-chamber air sampling system that separates and identifies gases and aerosols sampled in the same air space.