Is that a bomb or just a pop?

Puttre, Michael
December 1997
Design News;12/15/97, Vol. 53 Issue 25, p14
Trade Publication
Presents the development of two portable detection systems, by Pacific Northwest National Lab, Richland, Washington; Who the systems will be used by; Reference to the Material Identification System; What the Material System does; Comments from Richard Pappas, senior research scientist at Pacific Northwest; Indepth look at the systems.


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