Explosives Monitoring Articles

  • Sampling guidelines for handheld Raman measurements; what you need to know

    In recent years. Raman spectroscopy has seen increased adoption as the technique of choice for the rapid identification of materials; especially for raw material identification in the pharmaceutical industry, identification of controlled substances and explosives for security applications, polymer material identification for packaging and plastics recycling, and mineral and gemstone ...


    By B&W Tek

  • Neutralization of Picric acid-based bulk explosives case study

    Engagement Details  Client: Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Site: ATF Approved Facility, Minnesota Task: Neutralization of reclaimed and stockpiled explosive D (picric acid-based explosives)  Date: November 2009 Situation The ...


    By Planteco, Inc

  • Biotransformation of trinitrotoluene (TNT) by Pseudomonas spp. isolated from a TNT‐contaminated environment

    The compound 2,4,6‐trinitrotoluene (TNT) is a secondary explosive widely used for both military and civil purposes all over the world. As a result, residual TNT has been detected as an environmental pollutant both in soil and groundwater. We have isolated several microbial strains from soil contaminated with TNT by enrichment culture techniques using TNT as carbon, nitrogen and energy source. ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Biochar‐mediated reductive transformation of nitro herbicides and explosives

    Biochar, a subset of black carbon produced via pyrolysis of biomass, has received much attention in recent years due to its potential to address many important issues, from energy and climate to agriculture and environmental quality. Biochar is known to influence the fate and transport of organic contaminants, although its role has been generally assumed to be as an adsorbent. In this study, ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • PULSE makes explosive readings

    About Kockums AB The Danes haven’t always been on the best of terms with their neighbours in Sweden! The late1600s were troubled times in the Baltic. Having conquered the provinces of Skåne, Blekinge and Halland from Denmark, the then Swedish King Karl XI realised that he needed a naval base in the south of Sweden to defend these new acquisitions. Therefore, Karlskrona was ...

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