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Novel Polymer Microfluidics Technology for In Situ Planetary Exploration, Phase II

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Novel Polymer Microfluidics Technology for In Situ Planetary Exploration, Phase II
Los Gatos Research proposes to develop a novel microfluidic device that combines rigid monolithic porous polymer based micro-capillary electrochromatography (microCEC) with ultra-high sensitive UV laser induced fluorescence (LIF)optical detection capable of accurately measuring concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) molecules. This novel device is ultra-compact and light weight with low power consumption, ideally suited for NASA planetary science applications such as analyzing More »

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