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Nanoporous Structures for Explosive Remediation

M. Hassan Beyzavi, assistant professor of chemistry, has received $49,908 from Catalyst H2O for a project entitled “Multifunctional Biomimetic Covalent Organic Frameworks Nanoporous Structures for Explosive Remediation.”

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