Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
The U.S. Army’s Edgewood Chemical Biological Center employs life-cycle scientific, engineering, and operations solutions to protect the warfighter and U.S. interests through chemical and biological defense research and development.
Precision aerosol generation at continuous, but ultra-low liquid flow rates below 50 microliters per hour
Filtration media to remove both acid and basic...
Stable and highly functional, useful in protective equipment or other filtration systems
Filtering and capturing nitrogen dioxide
Removal of toxin from the air using metal-organic frameworks (MOFs)
UNIT soil testing device
Accurate ultrasonic testing of near-surface soil behavior under static and dynamic water flow conditions
Hydrolysis system to neutralize toxic chemicals
Portable, modular, and easy to set up in temporary or remote locations
Mobile Power Distribution System
The Mobile Power Distribution System enables portable, adaptable and dependable energy to field operations
Enhanced Stability of Metal-Organic Frameworks using Plasma Enhanced...
Metal organic frameworks are a leading class of porous materials for a wide variety of applications, such as gas storage, separations, catalysis, and even...
Porous metal hydroxides for decontaminating toxic agents
The present invention relates to a process for decontaminating surfaces contaminated with one or more toxic agents. The processes include contacting a contaminated surface with a porous metal hydroxide which…
Multi-functional media for the removal of basic and...
Provided are processes of removing or sequestering a basic or an acid gas from a sample by contacting the sample with a filtration media that includes a porous zirconium hydroxide…