Chemical and Biological Protection and Detection in Fabrics for Protective Clothing

@article{SchreuderGibson2003ChemicalAB,
  title={Chemical and Biological Protection and Detection in Fabrics for Protective Clothing},
  author={Heidi L. Schreuder-Gibson and Quoc Tien Truong and John E. Walker and Jeffery R. Owens and Joseph D. Wander and Wayne E. Jones},
  journal={Mrs Bulletin},
  year={2003},
  volume={28},
  pages={574-578}
}
Military, firefighter, law enforcement, and medical personnel require high-level protection when dealing with chemical and biological threats in many environments ranging from combat to urban, agricultural, and industrial. Current protective clothing is based on full barrier protection, such as hazardous materials (HAZMAT) suits, or permeable adsorptive protective overgarments, such as those used by the U.S. military. New protective garment systems are envisioned that contain novel features… 

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