Overview of Bulk Explosives Detection Techniques
Detection of modern explosive substances (ES) - is a complex and, despite huge efforts of different scientific and commercial organizations, still unresolved problem. Detection and identification of ES remains a very laborious, expensive, and frequently rather dangerous business, which is usually conducted in two stages: localization and identification.
KeywordsFast Neutron Neutron Source Neutron Detector Neutron Generator Neutron Pulse
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