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The techniques of molecular imprinting and sensitized lanthanide luminescence have been combined to create the basis for a sensor that can selectively measure the hydrolysis product of the nerve… (More)
Many methods can sense and respond to chemical agent release. We evaluate current and near-term sensor options for detecting the most likely threats, currently sarin, cyanide, and pesticides. We also… (More)
Capillary electrophoresis with simultaneous ultraviolet absorbance and laser-induced fluorescence detection is applied to identify and quantify selected amines in beer following derivatization with… (More)
A new ion exchange resin based on a UO22+ imprinted polymer was used for the removal and concentration of UO22+ from aqueous solution prior to spectroscopic determination. The imprinted resin… (More)
o protect personnel from hazardous materials, substances must be unambiguously detected in real time. This goal is being pursued with the application of a wide range of technologies. Most chemical… (More)
A polymeric membrane for the separation of specific metal ions can be designed by the application of the molecular imprinting technique.
Uranium atom and ion emission spectra resulting from the introduction of gaseous uranium hexafluoride (UF6) into an atmospheric-pressure argon afterglow discharge source have been acquired with the… (More)
Several devices are being constructed to measure and detect the nerve agents Sarin and Soman. The devices function by selectively binding the phosphonate hydrolysis products to a luminescent… (More)
Molecularly imprinted polymers capable of sensing organophosphorous compounds by luminescence have been prepared by reversible addition fragmentation chain transfer (RAFT) polymerization. The polymer… (More)