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Chemical and Biological Point Sensors for Homeland Defense
Editor(s): Arthur J. Sedlacek III; Richard Colton; Tuan Vo-Dinh

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Volume Number: 5269
Date Published: 8 March 2004

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Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy for homeland defense
Author(s): Kevin M. Spencer; James M. Sylvia; Peter J. Marren; Jane F. Bertone; Steven D. Christesen
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Differentiating bacterial spores from hoax materials by Raman spectroscopy
Author(s): Stuart Farquharson; Wayne W. Smith
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Chemical agent detection by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy
Author(s): Stuart Farquharson; Alan Gift; Paul Maksymiuk; Frank E. Inscore; Wayne W. Smith; Kevin Morrisey; Steven D. Christesen
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Application of UV-Raman spectroscopy to the detection of chemical and biological threats
Author(s): Arthur J. Sedlacek III; Steven D. Christesen; Tom Chyba; Pat Ponsardin
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High-resolution UV echelle spectrograph for environmental sensing
Author(s): Susan L. Clauson; Steven D. Christesen; Kevin M. Spencer
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Waveguide infrared spectrometer platform for point and standoff chemical sensing
Author(s): Suneet Chadha; Pat Henning; Frank Landers; Ani Weling
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Reagentless optical biosensor
Author(s): Karen M. Grace; Roy M. Goeller; W. Kevin Grace; Jerome D. Kolar; Leeland J Morrison; Martin R. Sweet; L Gary Wiig; Scott M. Reed; Sabine A. Lauer; Kristin M. Little; Gerrie L. Bustos; Aaron S. Anderson; Basil I. Swanson
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Sensing arrays based on integrated optics microresonators for homeland security applications
Author(s): Dion Klunder; Job Elders; Gert-Jan Burger; Martin Amersfoort; Evgueni Krioukov; Cees Otto; Hugo Hoekstra; Alfred Driessen
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Application of telecom planar lightwave circuits for homeland security sensing
Author(s): Gert J. Veldhuis; Job Elders; Harm van Weerden; Martin Amersfoort
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Increasing lifetimes of fiber-optic sensor arrays for chemical warfare detection
Author(s): Sandra Bencic; David R. Walt
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Intrinsic optical fiber sensor for sensing organophosphate nerve agent using the modified cladding approach
Author(s): Lalitkumar Bansal; Mahmoud El-Sherif
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Fiber-optic-based surface plasmon resonance (SPR) sensors for the detection of toxic nerve agents
Author(s): Anna M. C. Prakash; Yoon-Chang Kim; Soame Banerji; Jean-Francois Masson; Karl S. Booksh
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Design and development of a personal alarm monitor for use by first responders
Author(s): Daniel J. Ehntholt; Alan S. Louie; Ingrid G. Marenchic; Ronald J. Forni
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pH dependence of methyl phosphonic acid, dipicolinic acid, and cyanide by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy
Author(s): Stuart Farquharson; Alan Gift; Paul Maksymiuk; Frank E. Inscore; Wayne W. Smith
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Pyrolysis gas-chromatography ion-mobility spectrometry data analysis for chemical detection in water monitoring
Author(s): Hsuan Ren; Janet Jensen; William Loerop
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Evolution of FTIR technology as applied to chemical detection and quantification
Author(s): Henry L. Buijs; Luc Rochette; Francois Chateauneuf
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An FTIR point sensor for identifying chemical WMD and hazardous materials
Author(s): Mark L. Norman; Aaron M. Gagnon; John A. Reffner; David W. Schiering; Jeffrey D. Allen
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Infrared point sensors for homeland defense applications
Author(s): Ross C. Thomas; Michael T. Carter; Craig L. Homrighausen
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The PNNL quantitative infrared database for gas-phase sensing: a spectral library for environmental, hazmat, and public safety standoff detection
Author(s): Timothy J. Johnson; Robert L. Sams; Steven W. Sharpe
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Two-dimensional angular optical scattering patterns of aerosol particles in the mid-infrared: measurements designed to obtain particle absorption
Author(s): Kevin B Aptowicz; Yong-Le Pan; Ronald G. Pinnick; Steven C. Hill; Richard L. Tober; Richard K. Chang; Burt V. Bronk
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FTIR transmission and photoacoustic spectroscopy for the statistical identification of bacteria
Author(s): Nancy S. Foster; Nancy B. Valentine; Sandra E. Thompson; Timothy J. Johnson; James E. Amonette
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Microsphere-based DNA biosensor arrays
Author(s): Linan Song; Jason Epstein; David R. Walt
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Investigating photonic nanostructures for reproducible characterization of bacterial spores
Author(s): Jay E. Pendell Jones; Nick F. Fell Jr.; Troy Alexander; Christin Tombrello; Augustus W. Fountain III
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Influence of polymer coating morphology on microsensor response
Author(s): Natalia Levit; Dmitry Pestov; Gary C. Tepper
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Fluorescence measurements of activity associated with a molecularly imprinted polymer imprinted to dipicolinic acid
Author(s): John Anderson; Dmitry Pestov; Robert L. Fischer; Stanley Webb; Gary C. Tepper
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Time-resolved and steady-state fluorescence spectroscopy from bacteria subjected to bactericidal agents
Author(s): Alvin Katz; Alexandra Alimova; Masood Siddique; Howard E. Savage; Mahendra Shah; Richard Rosen M.D.; Robert Alfano
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Vapor mixture generation for infrared sensor evaluation
Author(s): Paul E. Field; Roger J. Combs
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Application of partial least squares regression to the automatic detection of chemical vapors by passive infrared remotely sensed image data
Author(s): Robert N Feudale; Steven D Brown
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Monitoring water supplies for weaponized bacteria and bacterial toxins using rapid fluorescence-based viability and affinity assays
Author(s): Roger L Van Tassell; Mishell Evans
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