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Trace Chemical Sensing of Explosives
edited by Ronald L. Woodfin

Trace Chemical Sensing of Explosives covers the most recent developments in the chemical detection of explosives in a variety of environments.

Features:

  • An introduction to the problems presented by trace chemical sensing
  • A look at the history of the field (including the contributions of recent programs)
  • A brief explanation of the chemistry of explosives (including the associated environmental factors)
  • The technologies currently being used or developed
  • Field experiences with chemical sensors

Contents

  1. Chemical Sensing
  2. What to Detect
  3. Dangerous Innovations
  4. Where Should We Look For Explosive Molecules
  5. Structure of Turbulent Chemical Plumes
  6. Detection of Trace Explosive Signatures in the Marine Environment
  7. Explosives Detection Using Ultrasensitive Electronic Vapor Sensors: Field Experience
  8. Reflections on Hunting Mines By Aroma Sensing
  9. Explosives Detection Based on Amplifying Fluorescence Polymers
  10. Ion Mobility Spectrometry
  11. Mass Spectrometry For Security Screening of Explosives
  12. Explosive Vapor Detection Using Microcantilever Sensors
  13. Lab-On-A-Chip Detection of Explosives
  14. Nanoscale Sensing Assemblies Using Quantum Dot-Protein Bioconjugates
  15. Remote Sensing of Explosive Materials Using Differential Reflection Spectroscopy

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Trace Chemical Sensing of Explosives
edited by Ronald L. Woodfin
2007 363 pages $110.95 + shipping
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