Scanning Tunneling Microscopy/Atomic Force Microscopy for Study of Nanoscale Metal Oxide Particles (Destructive Adsorbents)
Final rept. 1 Sep 1993-31 Aug 1994
KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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A modern scanning tunneling microscopyatomic force microscopy instrument was purchased. This instrument is allowing physical characterization of nanoscale particles of metal oxides. These particles are known to be effective reagents for the destruction of military toxins as well as chlorocarbons by a process we call destructive adsorption. Nanoscale particles, Destructive adsorption, Atomic force microscopy, Scanning, Tunneling, Scanning probe.