Update 1 of: Destruction and detection of chemical warfare agents

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The review describes many mainstream efforts by various chemical and biochemical laboratories, there are also many smaller sets of studies and single papers that investigate new systems undertaken in the hope that informative or useful results can be obtained. review describes many mainstream efforts by various chemical and biochemical laboratories, there are also many smaller sets of studies and single papers that investigate new systems undertaken in the hope that informative or useful results can be obtained families of materials, nanoscience, and enzymology continue to evolve naturally out of the continuing efforts of the research laboratories worldwide. Contamination of agents during their lifetime (synthesis, storage, unwanted deployment, and finally, destruction or decontamination) impacts human health and the environment. Systems based on microorganisms are essential to be included in a discussion of decontamination. New softer and polymer-based materials such as those at surfaces are probably more promising for a greater range of applications than rigid particles. A very important topic for the study of the decomposition of nerve agents and closely related compounds is still solid-phase surfaces. The most important consideration in protection is separating, and keeping separate, the toxic agent from personnel. Optimal personal protection has yet to be realized.
Publisher
AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Issue Date
2015-12
Language
English
Citation

CHEMICAL REVIEWS, v.115, no.24, pp.PR1 - PR76

ISSN
0009-2665
DOI
10.1021/acs.chemrev.5b00402
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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/214562
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CH-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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