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SECRETARY OF ENERGY SPENCER ABRAHAM BEING BRIEFED ON CHEMICAL SENSOR DEVELOPED AT PNNL.
DR. JAY GRATE, INTERFACIAL CHEMISTRY AND ENGINEERING AT PNNL EXPLAINS TO SECRETARY ABRAHAM HOW A CHEMICAL SENSOR DEVELOPED AT DOE'S ENVIRONMENTAL MOLECULAR SCIENCES LAB HAS BEEN INCORPORATED INTO MICROSENSOR SYSTEMS' HAZMATCAT HAND HELD CHEMICAL AGENT DETECTOR. THE SENSOR USES A NOVEL POLYMER MATERIAL THAT ABSORBS NERVE AGENT MOLECULES FROM THE AIR IN TRACE AMOUNTS, THEREFORE IDENTIFYING A HAZARD BEFORE IT SPREADS.
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