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Detection Kits, Chemical Agent

Definition : Detection kits designed to detect and identify chemical agents, mainly nervous and/or blister liquids and/or aerosols. The method used is typically an enzymatic substrate-based reaction; the presence of agents is indicated by a specific color change. Chemical agent detection kits are very sensitive tools to detect nerve agents (e.g., VX and G series such as tabun and sarin) and blister agents including mustard and lewisite. Some kits can also detect blood agents, including cyanide products such as hydrogen cyanide and cyanogen chloride. These kits are very useful in determining areas of contamination. Most kits are based either on chemical agent strip detection reagents or colorimetric tubes; kits specially designed for detection and identification of chemical agents in treated and/or untreated water samples are also available. Chemical agent detection kits are used by healthcare workers, rescuers, firefighters, and military personnel for rapid detection in contaminated or potentially contaminated areas.

Entry Terms : "Lewisite (L) Detection Kits" , "Phosgene Oxime (CX) Detection Kits" , "Mustard Agent Detection Kits" , "Vesicant Agent Detection Kits" , "Blister Agent Detection Kits" , "Blood Agent Detection Kits" , "Hydrogen Cyanide Detection Kits" , "Cyanogen Chloride Detection Kits" , "Cyanide Salts Detection Kits" , "VX Detection Kits" , "Soman (GD) Detection Kits" , "Sarin (GB) Detection Kits" , "Tabun (GA) Detection Kits" , "Nerve Agent Detection Kits" , "Chemical Agent Detection Kits"

UMDC code : 20515

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Bruker Daltonics Inc

Company Type: Parent

Right from the beginning, which is now more than fifty years ago, Bruker has been driven by a single idea: to provide the best technological solution for each analytical task. Today, worldwide more than 5400 employees are working on this permanent challenge at over 90 locations on all continents. Bruker systems cover a broad spectrum of applications in all fields of research and development and are used in all industrial production processes for the purpose of ensuring quality and process reliability.

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