Carlos Fraga and his colleagues at PNNL are working on chemical forensics to identify the sources of chemical weapons that may help authorities catch and convict perpetrators of chemical attacks.
Carlos Fraga and his colleagues at PNNL are working on chemical forensics to identify the sources of chemical weapons that may help authorities catch and convict perpetrators of chemical attacks. Courtesy PNNL
Carlos Fraga and his colleagues at PNNL are working on chemical forensics to identify the sources of chemical weapons that may help authorities catch and convict perpetrators of chemical attacks. Courtesy PNNL

PNNL detecting and preventing the use of chemical weapons

April 22, 2017 07:54 PM

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