Decontamination of Warfare Agents: Enzymatic Methods for the by Andre Richardt, Marc-Michael Blum
By Andre Richardt, Marc-Michael Blum
According to effects formerly constrained for army use and inaccessible to the general public, this practice-oriented guide introduces using enzymes for quick and effective decontamination of B/C guns in numerous eventualities, together with terrorist assaults. It attracts at the the world over well-known technological management of the German military, whose anti-B/C expertise is one of the so much complicated world wide. The textual content is rounded off with a glance at destiny perspectives.Content:
Chapter 1 The historical past of organic conflict (pages 1–10): Friedrich Frischknecht
Chapter 2 historical past of Chemical struggle (pages 11–19): Dr. Andre Richardt
Chapter three tracking and New Threats of Chemical/Biological guns (pages 21–33): Dr. Andre Richardt and Roland Dierstein
Chapter four organic war brokers (pages 35–54): Heiko Russmann and Dr. Andre Richardt
Chapter five Chemical struggle brokers (pages 55–66): Alexander Grabowski, Dr. Andre Richardt and Dr. Marc?Michael Blum
Chapter 6 Decontamination of organic battle brokers (pages 67–82): Barbel Niederwohrmeier and Dr. Andre Richardt
Chapter 7 Decontamination of Chemical conflict brokers (pages 83–115): Hans?Jurgen Altmann and Dr. Andre Richardt
Chapter eight a quick creation to Enzyme Catalysis (pages 117–134): Dr. Marc?Michael Blum
Chapter nine Hydrolytic Enzymes for Chemical war Agent Decontamination (pages 135–162): Dr. Marc?Michael Blum and Dr. Andre Richardt
Chapter 10 Laccases–Oxidative Enzymes for Bioremediation of Xenotics and Inactivation of Bacillus Spores (pages 163–200): Barbel Niederwohrmeier, Lars Ostergaard, Dr. Andre Richardt and Steffen Danielsen
Chapter eleven scientific features of Chemical war brokers (pages 201–221): Kai Kehe, Franz Worek and Horst Thiermann
Chapter 12 Microemulsions: a flexible service for Decontamination brokers (pages 223–251): Thomas Hellweg, Stefan Wellert, S. J. Mitchell and Dr. Andre Richardt
Chapter thirteen Immobilization of Enzymes (pages 253–271): Birgit Hulseweh, Dr. Andre Richardt and Bernd Niemeyer
Chapter 14 street forward (pages 273–287): Dr. Marc?Michael Blum, Heiko Russmann and Dr. Andre Richardt
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