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  • Seattle, WA
  • 115 Shady Brook Walk, Fayetteville, GA 30214 (770) 719-1490 (770) 719-1492
  • 1274 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30314
  • Washington, DC
  • Chevy Chase, MD
  • Fairburn, GA
  • Charlottesville, VA
  • 115 Shady Brook Walk, Fayetteville, GA 30214 (770) 873-4427

Work

Position: Clerical/White Collar

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Industries

Legal Services

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Forensic Accountant/Litigation Consultant

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Location:
Greater Atlanta Area
Industry:
Legal Services

Publications

Us Patents

Counter Weapon Containment

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US Patent:
7662738, Feb 16, 2010
Filed:
May 22, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/419579
Inventors:
Mark P. S. Krekeler - Centreville VA,
Stephen C. Elmore - Stafford VA,
Assignee:
George Mason Intellectual Properties, Inc. - Fairfax VA
International Classification:
B01J 29/06
US Classification:
502 63, 588 9
Abstract:
A radioactive containment composition may be created for containing radionuclides from a radioactive material by mixing a clay mineral with water. This mixture may form an aqueous clay suspension, which in turn can be refined by filtering to remove coarse material. The aqueous clay suspension may be applied to a radioactive material, allowing the radionuclides to be exchanged with cations in the aqueous clay suspension. The resulting aqueous slurry may be collected, heated and analyzed.

Secondary Process For Radioactive Chloride Deweaponization And Storage

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US Patent:
7663014, Feb 16, 2010
Filed:
Sep 13, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/531542
Inventors:
Mark P. S. Krekeler - Centreville VA,
Stephen C. Elmore - Stafford VA,
Cynthia M. Tselepis - Arlington VA,
Danielle Stoll - Fairfax Station VA,
Assignee:
George Mason Intellectual Properties, Inc. - Fairfax VA
International Classification:
G21F 9/00
B09B 3/00
C02F 11/00
C03B 5/00
C03B 5/027
B01D 15/00
B01J 29/06
B01J 21/16
US Classification:
588 13, 588 2, 588 9, 588 14, 588 15, 588252, 210679, 210682, 502 63, 502 80
Abstract:
A radioactive containment composition may be created for containing radionuclides from a radioactive material by mixing a clay mineral with water. This mixture may form an aqueous clay suspension. The mixture can be refined by filtering to remove coarse material. The aqueous clay suspension may be applied to a radioactive material, allowing the radionuclides to be exchanged with cations in the aqueous clay suspension. The resulting aqueous slurry, a silver-based solution may be added to produce a suspension. The suspension may be collected, heated and analyzed.

Counter Weapon Containment

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US Patent:
7915473, Mar 29, 2011
Filed:
Dec 22, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/644827
Inventors:
Mark P. S. Krekeler - Centreville VA,
Stephen C. Elmore - Stafford VA,
Assignee:
George Mason Intellectual Properties, Inc. - Fairfax VA
International Classification:
G21F 9/16
B01J 29/06
US Classification:
588 9, 502 63
Abstract:
A radioactive containment composition may be created for containing radionuclides from a radioactive material by mixing a clay mineral with water. This mixture may form an aqueous clay suspension, which in turn can be refined by filtering to remove coarse material. The aqueous clay suspension may be applied to a radioactive material, allowing the radionuclides to be exchanged with cations in the aqueous clay suspension. The resulting aqueous slurry may be collected, heated and analyzed.

Radioactive Material Sequestration

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US Patent:
2007025, Nov 1, 2007
Filed:
Apr 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/742589
Inventors:
Mark P.S. Krekeler - Centreville VA,
Stephen C. Elmore - Stafford VA,
Cynthia Tselepis - Arlington VA,
International Classification:
A61N 5/00
A61K 51/00
US Classification:
424 111, 600 1
Abstract:
A radioactive material sequestration system may include a radionuclide containment composition dispenser and a sorption based media container. The radionuclide containment composition dispenser may be configured for holding a radionuclide containment composition and be capable of dispensing the radionuclide containment composition to remove radionuclides from a radioactive material. The radionuclide containment composition is a mixture of a clay mineral and water. The sorption based media container may be configured for holding a sorption based media; receiving dispensed radionuclide containment composition; and sequestering the radionuclides. The radioactive material sequestration system may also include a probe.
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