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Smart Collection & Separation Materials (269)

Problem: Need highly selective, high efficiency, high surface to volume ratio materials to improve chem-bio-rad detection

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Project Activity Scope (from Technical Overview Chart): Mechanisms through Sensors and Devices

PNNL Solution:

  • Develop smart materials for sensing applications from the bottom-up.
  • Leverage chemical, biological and material science capabilities
  • Team with sensor and analytical science staff to incorporate new materials into practical sensors

Capabilities Employed to Meet Client Needs: Nano-technology, microtechnology, biotechnology; surface chemistry; polymer chemistry; glass chemistry; separations chemistry and processes; material sciences including polymers and ceramics; materials synthesis and evaluation; sensor physics; sensor system development and evaluation. Selected Links to Related Information:

Contact: Bob Wright

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