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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 5585

Chemical and Biological Point Sensors for Homeland Defense II
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 5585
Date Published: 16 December 2004
Softcover: 19 papers (184) pages
ISBN: 9780819455383

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Point detection of threat aerosols: basic considerations and status
Author(s): Jay-Kuo D. Igloo Eversole
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What responders need to respond
Author(s): Gary Eifried
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Toward the characterization of biological toxins using field-based FT-IR spectroscopic instrumentation
Author(s): David W. Schiering; Robert B. Walton; Christopher W. Brown; Mark L. Norman; Joseph Brewer; James Scott
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Engineering of SERS substrate structure: role of micro- and nanoporosity
Author(s): Daniel M. Kuncicky; Steven D. Christesen; Orlin D. Velev
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Characterization of chemical warfare G-agent hydrolysis products by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy
Author(s): Frank E. Inscore; Alan D. Gift; Paul Maksymiuk; Stuart Farquharson
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Detect-to-treat: development of analysis of bacilli spores in nasal mucus by surfaced-enhanced Raman spectroscopy
Author(s): Frank E. Inscore; Alan D. Gift; Stuart Farquharson
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Design, characterization, and optimization of waveguides based on chalcogenide glasses for biosensors
Author(s): Renbo Song; Xiaodong Mu; Ashtosh Ganjoo; Y. J. Ding; Himanshu Jain
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Identifying bacterial spores and anthrax hoax materials by Raman spectroscopy
Author(s): Stuart Farquharson; Carl R. Brouillette; Wayne Smith
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Multiple UV wavelength excitation and fluorescence of bioaerosols
Author(s): Vasanthi Sivaprakasam; Alan L. Huston; Cathy S. Scotto; Jay D. Eversole
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In situ Raman probe for chemical agents using ultraporous substrates
Author(s): Charles F. Windisch; Yongsoon Shin; Gregory J. Exarhos
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A new spectroscopy method for in situ rapid detection and classification of micro-organisms
Author(s): Luis H. Garcia-Rubio; Catalina E. Alupoaei; Jose A. Olivares; Peter Stark; Alicia Garcia-Lopez; Christie Stephans; Tracy Berg; Greta Klungness; Angela Gennaccaro; Debra E. Huffman
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Kromoscopy for detection of chemical warfare agents
Author(s): Kenneth J. Ewing; Jas Sanghera; Ishwar D. Aggarwal; Myron J. Block
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Chemical point detection using differential fluorescence from molecularly imprinted polymers
Author(s): Dmitry Pestov; John E. Anderson; Jean Nelson; Gary C. Tepper
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Surface-enhanced Raman Immunoassay (SERIA): detection of Bacillus globigii in ground water
Author(s): Jason A. Guicheteau; Steven D. Christesen
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Transfer function study of biological samples by the THz-TDS
Author(s): Feng Huang; John F. Federici; Robert Barat; Dale Gary; David Zimdars
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On the relative strengths of bacillus spore signatures in the terahertz (THz) versus the mid-infrared
Author(s): Nancy B. Valentine; Timothy J. Johnson; Steven W. Sharpe
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Raman spectroscopy of biological material: results from the RAAD common sample set phase II
Author(s): Kristina R. Gonser; Steven D. Christesen; Jason A. Guicheteau
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Characterization of long pathlength capillary waveguides for evanescent chemical sensing applications
Author(s): Brian K. Keller; Michael D. DeGrandpre; Christopher P. Palmer
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Infrared spectral evaluation of methanol/ammonia vapor mixtures
Author(s): Paul E. Field; Roger J. Combs
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