Nuclear Science and Engineering Institute presentations (MU)
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Development and characterization of fluorescent dye-doped nanoparticles with enhanced fluorescence intensity and photostability [abstract] (2010)We report the development of fluorescent dye doped organosilicate nanoparticles (DOSNPs) synthesized from poly-methylsilsesquioxane(PMSSQ), resulting in high fluorescence intensity and excellent photostability. The surface ...
(2010-02)INTRODUCTION: The stimulus for this presentation was an asthma attack suffered on the first dive by a victim of a severe industrial electrical burn. The patient's response to albuterol metered dose inhaler (MDI) treatment ...
(University of Missouri (System), 2009-04)This panel discussed using nuclear energy as an alternative energy source. Topics ranged from non-proliferation to tax credits to nuclear waste.
(2009-04)Direct conversion of nuclear energy to electricity has been a challenging problem since the inception of the generation of electricity from nuclear reactions. The development of wide bandgap, p-n junctions in materials ...
(2009-04)Prismatic and pebble bed very high-temperature reactors (VHTRs) are very attractive both from a thermodynamic efficiency viewpoint and hydrogen-production capability. This project addresses numerous challenges associated ...