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Environmental Research and Technology Transfer Center

eagle-i ID

http://tsu.eagle-i.net/i/00000136-768c-62c5-4cbb-fdf780000000

Resource Type

  1. Core Laboratory

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  1. Resource Description
    "The goal of the center is to address training, research problems, and technology transfer issues as they relate to the environment; by increasing the number of under-represented minority graduates in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology. ERT2C projects focus on analysis of toxic elements and compounds in a closed environment, trace metals in soil, soil sediments, air and wastewater processes, wastewater contaminants, and environmental policy and law. The Core Analytical Facility is an important component of the center. The Core‘s mission is to achieve regional, community, and national recognition as a quality environmental analytical laboratory and environmental research program. This Mission will be achieved through the characterization of environmental toxicants in the ambient environment (air, soil, and/or water) and the investigation of the mechanisms involved in the toxicity effect."
  2. Additional Name
    ERT2C
  3. Affiliation
    College of Science and Technology
  4. Performs Technique
    High performance liquid chromatography
  5. Performs Technique
    Spectrophotometry
  6. Performs Technique
    Gas chromatography
  7. Performs Technique
    Liquid chromatography
  8. Performs Technique
    Mass spectrometry
  9. Director
    Wilson, Bobby, Ph.D.
 
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Provenance Metadata About This Resource Record
  1. workflow owner
    efleming
  2. workflow state
    Published
  3. contributor
    efleming
  4. created
    2012-04-02T23:54:54.711-05:00
  5. creator
    efleming
  6. modified
    2012-05-01T17:13:05.943-05:00

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