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NMR-BASED SENSORS FOR IN SITU MONITORING OF CHANGES IN GROUNDWATER CHEMISTRY
Konzuk, J. SERDP Project ER-2534, 105 pp, 2017

Recent progress in the development of chemical sensors based on nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) relaxation in the biomedical field may present opportunities for the development of chemical sensors based on similar principles for environmental applications. The objective of this limited scope study was to explore the viability of a NMR relaxation approach to measure variation in key chemical parameters indicative of the attenuation of chlorinated ethenes in groundwater. https://www.serdp-estcp.org/content/download/46671/436309/file/ER-2534%20Final%20Report.pdf



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