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The Applied Chemistry Laboratory develops technology for toxic-vapor detection, chemical scrubbers for toxic wastes, in situ resource utilization processes, hypergolic-fuel dosimetry, hydrogen detection, and environmental remediation.
Laboratory staff employs expert skills in polymer chemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, fluorescence, organic synthesis, electrochemistry, capacitance, transport phenomena, analytical-instrument development and testing, sensors, fabrication, and machining.
Other laboratory projects include the development and production of oxygen from carbon dioxide by electrolysis in ionic liquids. The laboratory provides research and evaluation for environmental remediation, especially groundwater and sediments remediation technologies.
As part of Swamp Works, the Applied Chemistry Laboratory can provide concepts, designs, technology development, technology demonstration, testing, and knowledge in support of development of surface systems.
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The laboratory provides research and evaluation for environmental remediation, especially groundwater and sediments remediation technologies.
Ready to explore a partnership, or simply need more information? Please submit your inquiry to our KSC Facilitator.
Contact Us: KSC-Partnerships@mail.nasa.gov