Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

October 6, 2008



In my

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuatableofelements/

I chronicled the Table of Elements todate.

The Table of Isotopes, circa 1998, have to be updated.

Every Radioisotopes used need NRC licence and some need State Licensing also.

By-product license?

One can use multielemental analysis methods such as Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy, X-ray Fluorescence, Neutron Activation Analysis, Proton Induced X-ray Emission and Proton Induced Gamma Emission, Direct Current Plasma, Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectroscopy,
Laser Microprobe Mass Analysis…

Much like a metal detector but more versatile-elemental analyzer such as Niton, Bruker AXS handheld,
Metorex,
are portable.

Aribex is X-ray radiograph.

Gas Chromatograph with Mass Spectroscopy features can analyze for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons,
Liquified Petroleum Gas, Oil Shales,
Solvents such as benzene, toluene, xylene and other by products of the petroleum industry.

Neutron Probe are used in industrial radiography.

For stoichiometric physico-chemical characterization of both inorganic and organic compounds, there is X-ray Diffraction, X-ray Crystallography, and Raman Spectroscopy, etc.

Remote Sensing equipments are linked to satellites whether telecommunications and/or weather to factor in such data.

Nanosatellites, 50 of them, were sent out to outer space on the 50th anniversary of Sputnik, last year, October 4, 2007.
Can we make portable and affordable instrumentations and multipurpose kits that will measure as much as possible all needed measurements such as inorganics, elemental and organics, aerosols, saw dust, impurities, toxic, reactive, inflammable, and corrosive materials, radiotoxic, chemitoxic, biotoxic, teratogenic, etc. bacteriocidal, also nanotoxic, whether nanonuclear, nanofission, nanofusion, etc.?

Radiation monitors, detectors and alarms are plenty to choose from, including fiber optics, nuclear track etch, fission track etch, aerogels? Sensors.

Before all of these, we should get the proper Laser Flash Photolysis Systems to monitor for transients, free radicals, and radiolytic products that can cause the initial chromosome aberrations and chromatic breaks, and genetic and somatic damages to the DNA and RNA.

Question: what causes defective genes?
National Genome Research.



National Science Foundation(NSF)
Environmental Protection Agency(EPA)
Department of Energy(DOE)
Department of Agriculture(USDA)
Food and Drug Administration(FDA)
Public Health Service(PHS)
Department of Health and Human Services(DHHS)
Center for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC)
Consumer Product Safety Commission(CPSC)

Needed before marketing for each item: Material Safety Data Sheets(MSDS).


Researches needed:

Definite identification of Star Aggregates-Particle Size Determination-Dose Equivalent(Dose x Quality Factor)-
Linear Energy Transfer and Linear Energy Loss(possible applications for atomic, nuclear and radiation batteries and generators e.g. Radioisotope Thermal Generators and Stirling RTG-NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio)-electromagnetic field generated?

X-ray Crystallography and X-ray Diffraction

Baseline Studies-Pre-Construction

Remediation

Decontamination

Decommissioning

Global Warming

Dr. Lance Christensen, PhD in Chemistry, Laser Flash Photolysis System

Pesticides, Insecticides, and Fungicides

Rhone Poulenc now

Rhône-Poulenc was a French chemical and pharmaceutical company founded in 1928 through the merger of Société des Usines Chimiques du Rhône (Rhône Chemical Plant Company) and Établissements Poulenc Frères (Poulenc Brothers Company). In January 1999, Rhône-Poulenc merged with Hoechst AG to form Aventis. In 2004, Aventis went on to merge with Sanofi-Synthélabo forming Sanofi-Aventis, the third largest pharmaceutical company in the world.
The agricultural chemicals division of Rhône-Poulenc, known as Aventis CropScience after the merger with Hoechst, was sold to the German chemical and pharmaceutical company Bayer in 2002. In 1998, the chemicals division of Rhône-Poulenc was spun-off into a separate company named Rhodia.
Rhône-Poulenc originally funded the Rhône-Poulenc Prizes, now known as the Royal Society Prizes for Science Books.

Product Information Compliance System(PICS)

Organic Farming






XRF-X-ray Radiography tandem 2 in 1

Au before Hg, Ag before Cd

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