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Press Release 10-130 - Video
FAST-ACT: First Applied Sorbent Treatment - Against Chemical Threats

This video shows how the FAST-ACT powders work, how they are made and how they are used in situations ranging from chemical spills to gas releases in enclosed chambers.

Credit: Cliff Braverman and Trent Schindler, NSF; NanoScale Materials, Inc.; Kansas State University

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