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Development of a Fluorescence Quenching Technique to Detect Permeation of Chemical Agent Simulants through Protective Clothing Materials
Volume 46, Number 4 (April 1992) Page 677-681
Vo-Dinh, T.; Pal, T.
This study involves the development of a new and simple analytical procedure based on a spectrochemical modification (SM) technique, namely fluorescence quenching (FQ) to monitor chemical agent simulants. The FQ technique is applied to evaluate permeation of these compounds through protective clothing materials.