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First Jet Propulsion Laboratory In Situ Instruments Workshop
Editor(s): Gregory H. Bearman; Patricia M. Beauchamp

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Volume Number: 4878
Date Published: 25 July 2003

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Miniaturized GC/MS instrumentation for in situ measurements: micro gas chromatography coupled with miniature quadrupole array and Paul ion trap mass spectrometers
Author(s): Paul M. Holland; Ara Chutjian; Murray R. Darrach; Otto J. Orient
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LIGA-fabricated two-dimensional quadrupole array and scroll pump for miniature gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer
Author(s): Dean V. Wiberg; Nosang V. Myung; Beverley Eyre; Kirill Shcheglov; Otto J. Orient; Eric Moore; Philip Munz
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Electrolytic phase transformation actuators
Author(s): Colin G. Cameron; Michael S. Freund
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Development of the MASSE instrument: immunoassay detection of organic compounds in soil and Mars regolith simulant
Author(s): David M. Warmflash; David S. McKay; George E. Fox; Andrew Steele; Jake Maule; Carl C. Allen; Mary Schweitzer; Seth Pincus; Juan Perez Mercader; Victor Parro Garcia; Carlos Briones Llorente; Kathie L. Thomas-Keprta
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Optical-based sol-gel sensors
Author(s): Jing C. Zhou; Maria H. Chuang; Esther H. Lan; Bruce S. Dunn; Patricia L. Gillman; Scott M. Smith
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Miniature linear synchronous motor
Author(s): M. V. Shutov; E. E. Sandoz; D. L. Howard; T. C. Hsia; Rosemary L. Smith; Scott D. Collins
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Earth-based in situ subsurface nuclear measurements: Can they be applied on other planets?
Author(s): Ahmed Badruzzaman
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Photon-counting spectrometer for elemental analysis using LIBS
Author(s): David Taylor; Richard Myers; Arieh M. Karger
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Characterization of atmospheric aerosols by an in situ photometric technique in planetary environments
Author(s): C. Cordoba-Jabonero; L. Vazquez
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Mars Organic Detector III: a versatile instrument for detection of bio-organic signatures on Mars
Author(s): Alison M. Skelley; Frank J. Grunthaner; Jeffrey L. Bada; Richard A. Mathies
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