Authors: Giordano BC
, Collins GE
Synthetic methods applied to the detection of chemical warfare nerve agents.
Publication date: 2007
Journal: Current Organic Chemistry
Abstract: Recent events as they relate to the war on terror make it abundantly clear that the rapid detection of chemical warfare nerve agents is essential. While the detection of these agents clearly falls into the purview of the analytical chemist, the importance or the organic chemist in the development of new techniques or approaches remains intact. This review serves to introduce the reader to a number of methods for detecting nerve agents with a focus on those techniques which rely oil synthetic chemistry to improve overall performance with respect to selectivity, sensitivity and analysis time
Template and target information: Review - detection of nerve agents
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