Detection of Liquid Explosives and Flammable Agents in Connection with Terrorism

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-8465-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-8466-9 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    The Terrorist Pallet of Liquid Explosives and Flammable Fuels

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    Pages 7-13

    Overview of Liquid Explosives’ Detection

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    Pages 15-25

    Chemistry and Properties of Liquid Explosives

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    Pages 27-38

    What’s Special About Liquid Explosives?

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    Pages 39-46

    Search of Explosives in Vehicles by Using Tagged Neutrons

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    Pages 47-54

    Optimization of Hardware for Tagged Neutron Technology

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    Pages 55-70

    Detection of Liquid and Homemade Explosives: What Do We Need to Know About Their Properties?

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    Pages 71-78

    Detector of Hazardous Substances Based on Nanosecond Neutron Analysis

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    Pages 79-96

    Some Detection Procedures for Liquid Explosives

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    Pages 97-116

    Detection of Explosives Using Nuclear Resonance Absorption of Gamma Rays in Nitrogen: A Russian/US Collaboration

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    Pages 117-121

    A Device for Detecting Concealed Explosives

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    Pages 123-132

    Trace and Bulk Detection of Explosives by Ion Mobility Spectrometry and Neutron Analysis

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    Pages 133-141

    Possibilities of Liquid Explosives Countermeasures at Airports

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    Pages 143-153

    Close-Range and Standoff Detection and Identification of Liquid Explosives by Means of Raman Spectroscopy

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    Pages 155-166

    Directional Detection of Nitrogen and Hydrogen in Explosives by Use of a DD-Fusion-Driven Thermal Neutron Source

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    Pages 167-178

    Discrimination of the Explosives from Other Materials by Using the Tagged Neutron Beam

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    Pages 179-188

    Detection of Liquid Explosives and/or Flammable Liquids by Different Techniques

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    Pages 189-204

    Hilbert Spectroscopy of Liquids for Security Screening

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    Pages 205-213

    Liquid Explosives – The Threat to Civil Aviation and the European Response

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    Pages 215-225

    Miniaturized Photonic Sensor Devices for Real Time Explosive Detection

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