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Particle Sampling in Space: A New Frontier

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Why are we sampling particles in space? Our understanding of the living conditions astronauts experience in the International Space Station (ISS) may be colored by our exposure to science fiction. Based on this experience, you might assume that an unknown airborne substance in a spacecraft was of alien origin, seeping in by accident or on […]

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RJ Lee Group Assists in Developing Sampler for Collection of Nanoparticles

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  • 11:27AM Oct 12, 2012
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(MONROEVILLE, Pa., October 12, 2012) RJ Lee Group, Inc. materials characterization laboratory and industrial forensics consulting firm joined forces with Colorado State University Associate Professor Dr. John Volckens, to help commercialize a prototype device for measuring nanoparticles in the air.  RJ Lee Group’s Senior Scientist and Vice President, Mr. Gary Cassucio, Mr. John Mastovich, Project […]

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RJ Lee Group Sampler Included in the PA NanoMaterials Commercialization Project Portfolio

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  • 9:48AM Jun 13, 2011
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RJ Lee Group, Inc. in partnership with the Pennsylvania NanoMaterials Commercialization Center, is commercializing a novel sampling technology for collection and analysis of airborne nanoparticles. The Personal Thermophoretic Nano-Particle Sampler (Nano-Sampler) will assist in monitoring workplace environments for nanoparticles. This lapel-mounted device deposits nanoscale particles directly upon sampling grids suitable for analysis in an electron […]

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