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  1. Development of An Optical Sensor System for Widely Dispersed, Unattended Monitoring of the Air-Sea Exchange of Carbon Dioxide

    SBC: Yellow Springs Optical Sensor            Topic: N/A

    20 Development of An Optical Sensor System for Widely Dispersed, Unattended Monitoring of the Air-Sea Exchange of Carbon Dioxide--Yellow Springs Optical Sensor Company, P.L.L., 1725 Brannum Lane, Yellow Springs, OH 45387-1107; Mr. John R. Woodward, Principal Investigator Mr. Leon R. Erdman, Business Official DOE Grant No. DE-FG02-97ER82512 Amount: $74,668 The accumulation of various ¿gr ...

    SBIR Phase I 1997 Department of Energy
  2. A SOLUBLE SOLUTION FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION AND DENOX PROCESS

    SBC: American Process Design Inc            Topic: N/A

    PILOT PLANT WORK IS BEING CARRIED OUT ON THE REDUCTION OF SODIUM SULFITE CONTAINING SOME SODIUM SULFATE INTO SODIUM SULFIDE, A KEY STEP IN THE SOLUBLE SOLUTION PROCESS FOR REMOVAL OF SULFUR OXIDES, NITROGEN OXIDES, AND PARTICULATES FROM THE FLUE GAS OF COAL-FIRED UTILITIES. IN THE FLUE GAS ABSORPTION STEP, A SOLUTION OF SODIUM CARBONATE IS USED TO REACT WITH SULFUR DIOXIDE TO FORM PRIMARILY SODIUM ...

    SBIR Phase I 1992 Department of Energy
  3. FIELD-PORTABLE INSTRUMENTATION FOR METAL ANALYSIS

    SBC: Farachem Technology, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    FIELD-PORTABLE INSTRUMENTATION SUITABLE FOR ONSITE METAL ANALYSIS IS NEEDED. SUCH INSTRUMENTATION SHOULD PERMIT (1) ANALYSIS IN REAL TIME, (2) SIMULTANEOUS DETECTION OF VARIOUS METALS, AND (3) DETECTION LEVELS DOWN TO PARTS PER BILLION. IN PHASE I, THE SUITABILITY OF AN ELECTROCHEMICAL MEASUREMENT CONCEPT TO ACHIEVE THESE PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS WILL BE ESTABLISHED. PHASE I CONSISTS OF THE FOL ...

    SBIR Phase I 1992 Department of Energy
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