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by National Research Council,Division on Earth and Life Studies,Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology,Committee on Testing and Evaluation of Standoff Chemical Agent Detectors
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    National Research Council,Division on Earth and Life Studies,Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology,Committee on Testing and Evaluation of Standoff Chemical Agent Detectors
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    National Academies Press (March 10, 2003)
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The report determined that testing these detectors by release of chemical warfare agents into the atmosphere would not provide additional . Appendix C Risk Assessment in the Testing Evaluation and Use of Standoff Detectors. 40. Appendix D Acronyms and Glossary of Terms.

The report determined that testing these detectors by release of chemical warfare agents into the atmosphere would not provide additional useful information on the effectiveness of these detectors than would a rigorous testing protocol using chemical agents in the laboratory combined with atmospheric release of simulated chemical warfare agents.

The report provides an independent assessment of suitable test protocols that might be useful and reliable for the testing and evaluation of standoff chemical agent detectors. The report proposes two testing protocols, one for passive detectors and one for active detectors, to help ensure the reliable detection of a release of chemical warfare agents.

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The report provides an independent assessment of suitable test protocols that might be useful and reliable for the testing and evaluation of standoff chemical agent detectors. The report proposes two testing protocols, one for passive detectors and one for active detectors, to help ensure the reliable detection of a release of chemical warfare agents. The report determined that testing these detectors by release of chemical warfare agents into the atmosphere would not provide additional useful information on the effectiveness of these detectors than would a rigorous testing protocol using chemical agents in the laboratory combined with atmospheric release of simulated chemical warfare agents.