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Mesoporous iron oxide energetic composites with slow burn rate, sustained pressure and reduced ESD sensitivity for propellant applications
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
The objective of this thesis is to synthesize a slow burning nanoenergetic formulation of mesoporous iron oxide with sustainable pressure characteristics and reduced electrostatic discharge ignition sensitivity. The choice ...
Quantification of cell attachment on different materials as candidate electrodes for measurement of quantal exocytosis
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
A high throughput lab-on-a-chip device is being developed for single cell capture for the purpose of high time resolution quantal exocytosis measurement with high probability of cell docking. This device makes use of DLC ...