Antiterrorism and Homeland Defense: Polymers and Materials

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Since 9/11/2001, there has been a dramatic increase in research activity for anti-terrorism and homeland defense. Much of this research activity has been in the detection and mitigation of chemical, biological, and nuclear (CBN) materials related to explosives and weapons of mass destruction. New detection systems are necessary because current technology is not sufficient in warning of the presence of such weapons. New mitigation methods are necessary for protecting military and civilian personnel from attack, as well as ...

Antiterrorism and Homeland Defense: Polymers and Materials 2008, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780841239647

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