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Technology Factsheet

Elemental Mercury Probe

Category: Robotics > Characterization and Inspection > Sensor
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A new probe for the identification of elemental mercury in the subsurface using direct push techniques. The device provides a cone-penetrometer based sensor that produces an electric potential when mercury is contacted in the subsurface. This direct-push approach provides an easy-to-use and minimally invasive technique for characterization of mercury contaminated soils and sediments.

Site:Savannah River
TRL:Development (4-6)
TRL2:Development (4-6)
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SRNL has conducted proof-of-concept testing with significant preliminary results. Additional testing and further research and development are currently underway.

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