The University of Rhode Island’s Explosives Database, a project funded through the auspices of the National Memorial Institute fo the Prevention of Terrorism, is an interactive library of analytical data for explosive and energetic compounds. The focus and purpose of this work was to create a centralized database of explosive properties, published as a computer searchable reference, to be used by police, prosecutors and scientists.
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